Recently, several people have reported having many and diverse problem with the new iOS 9.3.2 update. The problems seem to be affecting almost all of the devices that received the update including iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and they include battery problems, random rebooting or freezing and Bluetooth issues.

Bye iOS 9.3.2, Hello iOS 10

However, it’s very probably that we’ll be seeing the iOS 10 before these problems are fixed as it’s rumored that this next iOS might be unveiled at the WWDC Apple conference that will take place this year between the 13th and the 17th of June. Along with this supposed unveiling, it’s also speculated that there will be other important releases then such as the one for Mac OS X 10.2, tvOS and watchOS. It’s also very probable that this will mark the changing of the desktop ‘OS X’ name to a more Apple like one, which will resemble the names of its other OSs.

iOS at WWDC 2016

There have been many leaked images recently of the OS X 10.2 which suggest that some of the features found in iOS such as Siri and many more will be implemented into the Mac OS. Amazingly though, there are no leaks regarding the iOS 10.



iOS 9.3.2 serious issues

The iOS 9.3.2 has been strongly criticized on discussion forums recently with users pointing out all of the issues they’ve encountered along with the screenshots to prove it. The worst problem of them all is a loop one which happens when users are direct to iTunes when trying to restore their device.

iOS 9.3.2 update error

Other issues mentioned include users having to restart their device every time they want to switch between apps and the device most affected by this problem is the iPad Pro with the 9.7 inch display. The users said that the device became unusable after the update.

Apple’s iOS 9.3.2 support

Apple has officially acknowledged the problems that came with the update but it has also stated that only very few people were affected by it and that those who have them should contact Apple for support.

Final thoughts

There is no word that Apple will try to fix this problem as a whole, but it most likely will, if complaints keep on coming. In the meantime, you can check online for instructions on how to downgrade to the iOS 9.3.1.

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