Apple has released iOS 9.3.2 six days ago with many important bug fixes and improvements to security, and the most grateful users were iPhone SE owners. Unfortunately, we can’t say the same thing about iPad Pro 9.7 users, who complained that this update has bricked their tablets. After installing the update, users got the “connect to iTunes” message and when they tried to do that, this caused Error 56. Instead of bringing a minor update to fix this issue, Apple has pulled iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro 9.7.
iOS 9.3.2 was released on May 16 and it fixed a bug that was causing some Bluetooth accessories to have audio quality issues when paired to an iPhone SE. Also, the Alex voice was changed to another voice when punctuation and spaces were announced, and this is no longer a problem. Also, users couldn’t look up dictionary definitions and they were prevented from typing email addresses when using the Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messages and another serious issue was preventing MDM servers from installing Custom B2B apps.
Error 56 affected only some of the iPad Pro 9.7 tablets, so the update was pulled for this model, but it’s still available for the rest of supported iDevices. However, Apple has promised that it’s working on a fix for iPad Pro 9.7 tablets, although at this point, it doesn’t know what caused the issues, because not all users had problems installing iOS 9.3.2 on this device.
In iOS 9.3.2, users have the ability to use both Low Power Mode and Night Shift at the same time, which means that they won’t go to sleep with their eyes tired, as the blue light exposure will be cut down, and the battery will not get drained so fast, as the Low Power mode reduces the amount of power a device is using until it gets a full charge.
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