Apple issues patch to fix iOS 9 bugs; Nexbit says its Robin phone will work on Sprint's network

More wireless news from across the Web:

Startup Nextbit said that the Verizon version of its Robin smartphone will also work with Sprint's network. CNET article

> Apple issued the first update to its iOS 9 mobile device software to fix some early glitches. Re/code article

> Security researchers said the XcodeGhost malware infection affecting apps in Apple's App Store was bigger than previously reported and dates back to April but that the affected apps are more akin to adware than security-invading malware. Ars Technica article

> Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, said steps are being taken to prevent any such occurrence in the future, according to Sina. CNET article

> Leaked images of HTC's upcoming One A9 "Aero" smartphone appeared online. Engadget article

> Telit announced that U.S. Cellular customers can now begin using its CE910-DUAL module, a dual-band CDMA 1xRTT module. Release

> Synchronoss Technologies reiterated that it has a multi-year contract in place with Verizon Wireless, focused primarily on the company's Personal Cloud offering and related services. Release

> Pebble announced the Pebble Time Round, a round variation of its stainless steel smartwatch. PhoneScoop article

> Facebook said its news feed for web and Android platform users will now support 360-degree videos. Reuters article

> Cisco Systems said it would form a joint-venture with Chinese server maker Inspur to sell networking and cloud computing products in China. Reuters article

> Electronics assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn, has reportedly proposed acquiring Sharp's LCD business, with Apple also making an investment. Nikkei article

> Samsung Electronics said its new Samsung Pay mobile payment service has processed more than $30 million worth of transactions in its first month in South Korea. Wall Street Journal article

> To help Boost Windows 10 adoption in China, the popular Baidu search engine will provide a "Windows 10 Express" install option for its 600 million active users. In return, Baidu will be made the default search engine and homepage for Windows Edge, the operating system's official Web browser. CNET article

 Wireless Tech News

> It's reasonable to think that Verizon and its partners are not going to create something with LTE-U that is going to mess with Wi-Fi since they all have a stake in it as well. But without more and more tests, no one is going to believe them. A lot of smart people believe the industry can find the solution without resorting to the FCC's further involvement; there's just a lot of bad blood getting splashed around in the meantime. Editor's Corner

> The National Advanced Spectrum and Communications Test Network (NASCTN) has launched its first spectrum-sharing project, focusing on the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), with Federated Wireless. Article

> While Globalstar says a trial Chicago deployment confirms there are no interference or compatibility issues between the terrestrial low power service (TLPS) and Wi-Fi, nor with TLPS and Bluetooth operations in the 2.4 GHz ISM band, a short seller begs to differ. Article

Cable News

> Altice CEO Dexter Goei said the company will pause its aggressive M&A activity after proposing last week to buy Cablevision for $17.7 billion. Altice, he said, will take some time to integrate its new purchases and trim costs. The buying break has one caveat: Altice will pursue privately held Cox Communications if the MSO -- which has generally resisted a sale of the company -- were to suddenly become available. Article

> Cable One has announced an across-the-board, $5-a-month increase in residential broadband services. Article

Telecom News

> AT&T and CSC have jointly crafted a new solution to help enterprise customers manage workloads across hybrid cloud network environments. Article

> Verizon has fired back at the Communications Workers of America's (CWA) claims that it has turned its back on its existing copper networks in its wireline region. Article

And finally… Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who was born in India, said a video message that "there is tremendous excitement" among all of the company's workers about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's arrival in Silicon Valley. Article