The final version of iOS 9.3.2 is now available to install on iPhones and iPads, after the beta testing has started in early April. During this time, Apple has seeded four betas and users were grateful that they were able to enable both Low Power Mode and Night Shift, so they could read content at night without tiring their eyes and draining the battery life. The final version of iOS 9.3.2 is now rolling out over the air, but it can be also manually installed, by downloading the file from the internet.
The latest iOS 9.3.2 update weighs 80MB and it doesn’t come with new features, only bug fixes and performance improvements. According to the official changelog, the update includes fixes for:
– a bug that affected Bluetooth accessories that were paired with the iPhone SE, which experienced audio quality issues;
– a bug that was preventing users to look up dictionary definitions;
– an issue that appeared in Mail and Messages and prevented users to type email addresses when they were using the Japanese Kana keyboard;
– VoiceOver users had a problem with the Alex voice, as punctuation or spaces were announced with a different voice;
– an issue was preventing MDM servers from installing Custom B2B apps.
Users can install iOS 9.3.2 via OTA, by going to their devices’ Settings > General > Software Update, or by downloading the iTunes-restorable IPSW file from the internet and then updating to it using iTunes. Apple hasn’t forgotten about OS X, tvOS and watchOS users, releasing minor updates for these operating systems.
Jailbreak fans will need to wait a little longer for the arrival of a new public jailbreak. The last available public jailbreak is compatible with iOS 9.1 and users are advised to not update to the latest iOS 9.3.2 if they want to stay jailbroken.
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