First betas of iOS 9.3.2, OS X 10.11.5, watchOS 2.2.1 and tvOS 9.2.1 are released [atualizado]

Out: iOS 9.3.1 is now available and brings the desired fix to the problem with links

It took longer than us users, we would like. But here's the thing: Apple just released the iOS 9.3.1 (compilation 13E238) to fix the link problem in Safari, Mail, Notes, WhatsApp and many other apps.

The update is available both from the device itself (General Software Update Settings) and iTunes (just plug the device into the computer and open iTunes for a warning about the update to appear).

iOS 9.3 on iPad and iPhone

The link bug seemed to be related to the Booking app and the universal links feature. Do you know when you open a Booking link and, instead of opening it in the browser, you are taken into the app? This feature universal links. The problem that Booking's base of associated sites (which leads to a given link to open within the app) was huge, which caused an overload on the resource that failed to analyze the content of the link and, consequently, caused the bug.

This problem, however, was not peculiar to Booking; other apps like Wikipedia Mobile, just to mention one more also had the bug in the archive of associated sites.

Both ran to correct this defect but, even excluding the apps and reinstalling them, users continued to struggle due to cache of iOS itself. They even painted by alternative means of forcing a cleaning of cache iOS; However, we tested everything and nothing solved the problem.

Here are the direct download links, if you prefer to download and install everything manually:

iPads

  • 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 ″ Wi-Fi iPad Pro
  • iPad6,4 = iPad Pro 9.7 ″ Wi-Fi + Cellular
  • iPad6,7 = 12.9 ″ Wi-Fi iPad Pro
  • iPad6,8 = iPad Pro 12.9 ″ Wi-Fi + Cellular

iPhones

  • 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

iPods touch

Fortunately, now everything seems to be resolved. But that was a big headache for users, it was.