iOS 9.3.2 bricks iPad pro 9.7″ devices – 22nd May 2016
Apple has started receiving complains from iPad pro 9.7″ customers about bricking their devices after upgrading iOS 9.3.2. They have noted that devices won’t come up and showing iTunes error 56 after installing 9.3.2 update. Apple has immediately pulled back the update from such devices and they have acknowledged that Apple is looking into to the problem. Most of times this problem occurs while OTA update and stuck in middle of the process. Restoring via iTunes won’t help according to the device owners who affected. Apple has advised to customers to contact their support team if their devices couldn’t be restores using iTunes.
Apple released iOS 9.3.2 for public – 16th May 2016
Today Apple launched iOS 9.3.2 for compatible devices. The new update contains many bug fixes and improvements. You can download iOS 9.3.2 at Settings > General > Software update. Upgrading from iOS 9.3.1 to 9.3.2 will be 55.5 MB in size. There were not much new additions in iOS 9.3.2 beta releases. Significantly iPhone SE users may be happy that Apple has solved the Bluetooth accessory problem in new update and capability to use night mode and low power mode together.
Other improvements are as follows
- Dictionery searching failure problem solved
- Fixed email addresses typing inability while using Japanese Kana keyboard in messages and emails
- Solved the voice switching problem when pronounsing spaces and punctuations
- MDM servers installing Custom B2B apps problems solved
iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 update on 21st April
The second 9.3.2 beta is here after two weeks of initial roll out iOS 9.3.2 beta 1. So far there’s nothing big changes or new in iOS 9.3.2 beta versions except bug fixes and standard improvements. iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 is available for update as OTA for who already have installed iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 on their devices. The 9.3.2 IPSW could be download through Apple developer account which will costs you $90 annually.
iOS 9.3.2 is seeding now by Apple under the build number 13F51a. This is the first beta for iOS 9.3.2 and also allowed to public testers to download on their devices for testing purposes. iOS 9.3.2 beta came out within 2 weeks of release iOS 9.3 and followed by one immediate bug fix update to correct errors on Safari and apps link clicks. You can check iOS 9.0 to 9.3.1 details and jailbreak status here.
What’s new on iOS 9.3.2 beta 1
According to the Apple, this beta version only have bug fixes and improvements. Significantly we found that quick actions has improved to work on landscape mode without any lag. No any other new feature additions or big changes. If you are interested to test iOS 9.3.2 beta version and found any bug on it, then you can report the bug at https://bugreport.apple.com.
How to download iOS 9.3.2 beta without UDID
You can download iOS 9.3.2 beta on your device although you are not registered as a iOS developer at developer center. The update size it 1.4GB and you will required a compatible device. Please proceed with following steps. This process have two main sections for register your self as a beta tester and register your device on beta testing program.
Register yourself at iOS public beta tester program
- Got o https://beta.apple.com using your Safari browser.
- Signup and enroll for the public beta testing program
- Sign in using your Apple ID
Registering the device on public beta
- Go to https://beta.apple.com
- At enroll section iOS > Download profile
- Tap install
- You’ll be asked for passcode and tap again install button after entering the passcode
- Device will restart
- iOS 9.3.2 beta will be started to download after reboot
- Go to Settings > General > Software update after iOS download completed
- Press Install now and tap Agree to proceed with iOS 9.3.2 beta installation.
It will take a little time to complete iOS 9.3.2 beta installation. Remember that you can downgrade iOS 9.3.2 beta anytime. But only to iOS 9.3.1 since Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.2.1 and below versions at the moment.