By surprise, Apple releases iOS 10.3.1 to all users of iPads, iPhones and iPods touch [atualizado]

Last week, Apple released the first beta versions of iOS 10.3.2, macOS Sierra 10.12.5, watchOS 3.2.2 and tvOS 10.2.1.

Most attentive noticed that she had skipped both iOS 10.3.1 and watchOS 3.2.1.

Well, today, by surprise, the company made available the iOS 10.3.1 (build 14E304) for all compatible iPad, iPhones and iPod touch users.

iOS 10.3.1

According to Apple, the update includes bug fixes and improves the security of devices by numbering, we really shouldn't expect anything different.

Shortly after the release of iOS 10.3, Apple withdrew OTA updates for iPhones 5c / 5 and for the fourth generation iPad (devices with 32-bit processors) due to a technical problem (words by Craig Federighi, CEO of company software).

An “random guy” from Apple answered me about the update (OTA) of iOS 10.3 on the iPhone 5c.

With the release of iOS 10.3.1, these devices are listed again.

How to update

IOS 10.3.1 can be downloaded via the compatible iPad, iPhone or iPod touch (just go to General Software Update Settings).

If you prefer, you can also download the update via iTunes (in this case, connect the device to your Mac / PC, open iTunes and click on the “Search for Update” button, this, of course, if an alert warning about the new version does not appear like this that you already prick the iGadget on the computer).

There is also the option to download the iOS 10.3.1 build directly from Apple's servers and install it manually.

To do this, download the version compatible with your device, connect the device to your Mac / PC, open iTunes, go to Summary and click the Search for Update button while holding the key (Option).

In the window that opens, navigate to the downloaded file and select it.

Update · 03/03/2017 s 15:19

According to Apple's security notes, iOS 10.3.1 addresses a vulnerability in which an attacker, within the device's wireless range, could execute an arbitrary code on the Google Project Zero Wi-Fi chip Gal Beniamini , was responsible for discovering the fault.

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