After four versions of testing, Apple just released the iOS 9.3.2 for all users.
Here are the release notes for the final version of the operating system (build 13F69):
IOS 9.3.2 fixes problems and improves the security of the iPhone or iPad. This update:
- Corrects an issue that caused some Bluetooth accessories to experience problems with audio quality when paired with iPhone SE.
- Fixes an issue that caused dictionary searches to fail.
- Corrects an issue that prevented typing email addresses using the Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messaging.
- Corrects an issue for VoiceOver users who use the Alex voice, which caused the device to switch to a different voice when pronouncing punctuation marks or spaces.
- Corrects an issue that prevented MDM servers from installing custom B2B applications.
According to the MacRumorsIn addition to the fixes, the update also introduces support for using Night Shift and Low Energy Mode simultaneously (something desired by many users) as noted in a recent beta build.
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THE OS X 10.11.5 (build 15F34) is also available to users through the Mac App Store.
The OS X EI Capitan 10.11.5 update improves Mac stability, compatibility and security. This update is recommended for all OS X EI Capitan users.
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In addition to it, Apple also released the watchOS 2.2.1 (compilation 13V420) which, in turn, only had two test versions.
This update fixes problems and improves security.
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Another one that came out was the tvOS 9.2.1 (compilation 13Y772). Like watchOS, the new version of the Apple TVs operating system brings only bug fixes and general improvements.
Update · 05/16/2016 s 14:21
Also came out iTunes 12.4.
Here are the changes to the version:
Enjoy your music, movies, TV shows, podcasts and more in a streamlined design.
Navigation. You can now use the Back and Forward buttons as you navigate between the Library, Apple Music, iTunes Store and other locations.
Media Selector. Easily switch between Music, Movies, TV Shows and more and Edit to choose only the items you want.
Library and Playlists. Use the Sidebar to view the Library in new ways. Drag and drop songs to add them to Playlists easily; Edit the Sidebar to show only your favorite views.
Menus. ITunes Menus are now simpler and easier to use. Use the View menu to customize the Library or try the contextual menus to perform actions on specific items.
As we can see, those leaked screens that we talked about recently were really true.
According to the MacRumorsAlthough there is no mention in the release notes, version 12.4 brings improvements to prevent some users from losing their entire music library, something that Apple was unable to reproduce but which affected a few people.
Update II, by Rafael Fischmann · 05/16/2016 s 14:46
Direct links to download the OS X El Capitan 10.11.5: Update, Combo.
Also came out Security Update 2016-003, for both OS X Mavericks and OS X Yosemite users.
Update III · 05/16/2016 s 15:12
Here are the direct links to download the iOS 9.3.2, if you prefer to download and install everything manually:
- iPad2,1 = iPad 2 Wi-Fi
- iPad2,2 = iPad 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (GSM)
- iPad2,3 = iPad 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (CDMA)
- iPad2,4 = iPad 2 16GB Wi-Fi
- iPad2.5 = iPad mini Wi-Fi
- iPad2,6 = iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular (GSM)
- iPad2,7 = iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular (CDMA)
- iPad3,1 = third generation iPad Wi-Fi
- iPad3,2 = third generation iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (CDMA)
- iPad3,3 = third generation iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (GSM)
- iPad3,4 = 4th generation iPad Wi-Fi
- iPad3,5 = 4th generation Wi-Fi + Cellular (GSM) iPad
- iPad3,6 = 4th generation Wi-Fi + Cellular (CDMA) iPad
- iPad4,1 = iPad Air Wi-Fi
- iPad4,2 = iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iPad4,3 = iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular (compatible with 4G networks in China)
- iPad4,4 = iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi
- iPad4,5 = iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iPad4,6 = iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (compatible with 4G networks in China)
- iPad4,7 = iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi
- iPad4,8 = iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iPad4,9 = iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (compatible with 4G networks in China)
- iPad5,1 = iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi
- iPad5,2 = iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iPad5,3 = iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi
- iPad5,4 = iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iPad6,3 = 9.7-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi
- iPad6,4 = iPad Pro 9.7 inch Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iPad6,7 = 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi
- iPad6,8 = 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iPhone4,1 = iPhone 4s
- iPhone5,1 = iPhone 5 (GSM)
- iPhone5,2 = iPhone 5 (CDMA)
- iPhone5,3 = iPhone 5c (A1532 / A1456 models)
- iPhone5,4 = iPhone 5c (A1529 / A1526 / A1507 models)
- iPhone6,1 = iPhone 5s (A1533 / A1453 models)
- iPhone6,2 = iPhone 5s (A1530 / A1528 / A1457 models)
- iPhone7,1 = iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone7,2 = iPhone 6
- iPhone8,1 = iPhone 6s
- iPhone8,2 = iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone8,4 = iPhone SE
It's from tvOS 9.2.1:
Update IV · 05/16/2016 s 17:40
Also came out OS X Server 5.1.5 (compilation 15S7047).
- Set up a grace period before the code is required on the Shared iPad;
- Support for skipping the Setup Wizard panel True Tone introduced in iOS 9.3;
- New commands (Shared iPad only): Activate / Deactivate Application Diagnostics and Analytics;
- New restrictions (supervised only): Modification to allow sending of diagnostics.
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Regardless of the news, there are already people with problems ?
Guay! Apple just took out the 9.3.2 version that blocks the iPad Pro from 9.7 ??? brave Apple! pic.twitter/JqgzVgUsbT
– Ivan Morote (@ivanmorote) May 16, 2016
Ivan Morote and some other users of 9.7-inch iPad Pro went through the same problem: after trying to upgrade to iOS 9.3.2, their tablets were frozen showing a message to connect the device to iTunes (Error 56).
According to Apple, when viewing this error, the user should check if they have the latest version of iTunes, if there are problems with the third party security software, make sure that the USB cable, the computer and the network are reliable and Finally, try to restore the device again. The problem is that, even when connected to iTunes, nothing happens.
Perhaps it is the case that Apple releases a new version of iOS 9.3.2 for users of a specific product as it did recently with iOS 9.3.
What a thing
Update V, by Rafael Fischmann · 05/16/2016 at 19:29
For those interested, here are links to Apple support articles that detail the security fixes brought by the updates:
Update VI · 05/18/2016 s 10:53
About the problem with 9.7-inch iPad Pro after installing iOS 9.3.2, Apple made the following statement to iMore:
We are investigating a small number of reports that some iPad units are showing an error when updating the software. Those who are unable to restore the device through iTunes should contact Apple support.
The big problem here is that when commenting on Error 56 on its support page, Apple asks for a hardware check to see if everything is working perfectly. And if so, there is not much for the user to do.
@ I had a problem like this in the beta, I had to change the device https://t.co/MKL5yibMqi
– Wesley de Souza (@WesleydeSouza) May 16, 2016
The big fear is actually some hardware problem that affects a few units, causing the device to stop working when doing some kind of verification at the time of the update.
We'll see what Apple does in the coming days.
Update VII, by Rafael Fischmann · 05/20/2016 s 14:17
In relation to the problem we reported above, Apple yesterday removed the compilation of the iOS 9.3.2 for 9.7-inch iPad Pro while investigating what's going on.