I passed the problem onto the RFduino Team. Hopefully, they figure out what iOS 9 changed.
In the mean time, you can help me test out my evoColorWheel app that is suppose to run on both iOS and Android. It works with the standard RFduino ColorWheel Sketch clones where the received data array represents... data red, data green, data blue.
You only have to install the Evothings Client onto your iDevice or Android device from the respective APP Stores. There are two APPs from Evothings. You need the Evothings Client. NOT the Evothings Viewer.
The symbol looks like this...
It can connect via what they call a workbench for development, or by entering a URL Address..
You need to use the URL method...enter
The video of what it looks like is here...http://forum.rfduino.com/index.php?topic=1254.0