Apple iOS 9.3.2 Fixes and Creates Bugs

Posted by Kirhat | Friday, May 20, 2016 | | 0 comments »

iOS 9.3.2 Fixes and Adds Bugs
A few days ago, Apple rolled out iOS 9.3.2 and the software update fixed a bug that caused phone calls made using Bluetooth on an iPhone SE to become distorted. It also address failed dictionary lookups, and MDM servers being unable to install custom B2B apps.

However, it turns out that the latest software update has a major bug of its own and started bricking iPad Pro devices.

Frustrated users are turning to forums like Apple Support Communities, MacRumors Forums, and Twitter to complain, saying the update gives them an error message that tells them to plug their device into iTunes, which does not resolve the problem.

Rebooting then leads to that same error message, leaving users stuck in an endless loop unable to use their devices.

On Twitter, one user complained:
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@AppleSupport Please fix your IPad Pro software update! Your incompetence just BRICKED MY IPAD PRO!

Software updates to Apple's mobile operating system undergo heavy internal testing before getting rolled out to millions, CNET reported. Apple has already released several updates to fix bugs in iOS 9.3, which first debuted in March.

"These glitches frustrate users and raise doubts about a company's ability to fully vet its own software," writes CNET's Lance Whitney.


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