Apple issues first iOS 9 bug fix update; LA brings criminal charges against drone operator

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Just a week after releasing iOS 9, Apple issued the OS's first bug fix update. The Verge article

> Silicon Labs introduced a sixth-generation version of the iWRAP Bluetooth software stack for the Bluetooth 3.0 wireless audio accessory market. Release

> The City of Los Angeles has brought criminal charges against a man accused of flying a drone near a police helicopter. Ars Technica article

> Ruckus Wireless is delivering carrier-class Wi-Fi at this year's SReXperts conferences -- hosted over the last four months by Alcatel-Lucent for service provider and other customers in Madrid, Tokyo and now San Diego. Release

> Mapping and navigation outfit HERE has landed contracts with the state departments of transportation in Alabama, Georgia and Missouri. Wireless Week article

> Arielle Zuckerberg, the youngest sister of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is joining Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers next month. TechCrunch article

> Samsung says its evolution as a company depends on "cultivating deep relationships" with startups and startup ecosystems, not just in the U.S. but around the world. Venture Beat article

> Telegram is now delivering 12 billion messages a day through its chat service, according to its founder Pavel Durov. Venture Beat article

> China's President Xi Jinping told business leaders in Seattle that his country is a "staunch defender of cybersecurity." GeekWire article

And finally… Kyocera designed a way to enable the measurement of an individual's activity, diet, sleep conditions and visceral fat through the combination of a smartphone and a new wearable device. Article