Published: Wed, June 08, 2016
Technology | By Timothy Carter

Apple Pulls iOS 9.3.2 Update

Apple Pulls iOS 9.3.2 Update

As Neowin reports, a downloadable package of iOS 9.3.3 for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro isn't even available from Apple's developer website. It's not possible to downgrade once you updated to the newer versions of the iOS.

Some 9.7-inch iPad Pros, however, are hurt by the firmware. Affected users would begin the update process which seemingly installed, but then when their devices restarted they were presented with an Error 56 message and prompted connect to iTunes. However, doing so solves nothing and affected users are unable to restore from a previously working backup.

Those in possession of the smaller iPad Pro device will now only see version 9.3.1 as the most recent version. It should be noted that the bigger 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablets confront no issues amid the update. Cult of Mac reported that iOS 9.3.2 came with minor functionalities such as the simultaneous use of Power Saving Mode and Night Shift.

In short, there is now no public jailbreak available for iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3, and iOS 9.3.1 so it is unlikely that one would come out soon for the just-released iOS 9.3.2, notes Redmond Pie.

As a result, iOS 9.3.2 is no longer available to download for iPad Pro owners. Registered Apple developers can download the update via OTA or from the iOS Dev center.

Apple's statement on the issue offers no real insight about what the problem is. According to Apple Support page, the latest El Capitan version released to the public, v.10.11.5, "improves the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, and is recommended for all El Capitan users".

A report in the Daily Telegraph says Apple could expand the abilities of Apple Pay on mobile devices by introducing new transaction types. Users who owned an iPhone 5s and earlier or an iPad Air and earlier complained of activation problems while attempting to step up to iOS 9.3.

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