Apple Releases iOS 10.3.2 With Multiple Bug Fixes and Security Updates

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    Apple today released iOS 10.3.2 to the public, following several weeks of testing and four betas. iOS 10.3.2 comes six weeks after the release of iOS 10.3, a major update that introduced a new Find My AirPods feature and Apple File System. It also comes more than a month after iOS 10.3.1, a security update.

    iOS 10.3.2 is a free over-the-air update available to all users with a compatible device. It can also be downloaded and installed on iOS devices using iTunes on a Mac or PC.

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    There were no outward-facing changes or new features discovered during the beta testing process, aside from a small fix for SiriKit car commands, which are now working as intended.

    It appears iOS 10.3.2 focuses primarily on bug fixes, security enhancements, and other minor operating system improvements.

    iOS 10 will soon be followed by iOS 11, which we will see introduced at Apple's June Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California. We still have several months to go until iOS 11 is released to the public, so there are likely to be continued iOS 10 updates.

    Article Link: Apple Releases iOS 10.3.2 With Multiple Bug Fixes and Security Updates
     
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  4. Tariqfilms macrumors newbie

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    Another update which will undoubtedly slow the phone down and push people more towards the new iPhone.
     
  5. ghostface147 macrumors 68030

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    I'm going to get laughed at, but in one of my scenes while dreaming last night, I was on this webpage and saw this release.
     
  6. busyscott macrumors regular

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    The last update before a major iOS release, also known as: as stable as it gets.
     
  7. braddick macrumors 68040

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    This is not true. Although your theory may have certainly been accurate in the past, it is not accurate with this update. 10.2.1 is inferior compared to 10.3.2
     
  8. Defender2010 macrumors 68030

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    Actually 10.3.2 betas have been very smooth and fast, so newbie, I'm afraid you are wrong this time!
     
  9. ghostface147 macrumors 68030

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    I don't know. There are still a few months before September. I guess we'll find out this week if a new beta comes out.
     
  10. keysofanxiety macrumors G3

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    iOS updates haven't slowed down phones for a long time. Absolutely true from the 3G-4S days, not so much now.

    If anything it's the opposite these days. Apple have properly stepped up their game with software QA.
     
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    "Look Mom I posted it again!"
     
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    It's the same but without the "a" at the end. Delete the beta profile and restart to update.
     
  15. Relentless Power macrumors Penryn

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    Daft. The whole goal is to improve the functionality and performance of the iPhone, which how many different models are still supported and running efficiently on iOS 10.
     
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    Yep. I laughed.
     
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    Anybody installed this yet? Still paranoid after the brick update a while back.
     
  18. stevet macrumors 6502

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    Woah... did you really play the newbie card?
     
  19. bigjnyc macrumors 603

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    hey some people dream about super models and sports cars and then some dream about internet tech forums.... it happens.
     
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    Another update that will keep iOS secure, and avoid disasters like the Windowscalypse that is currently unfolding (and make no misteke, billions of unpatched Android devices will be next).
     
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    Is this stable enough for a daily driver? 10.3.1 has some aggravating bugs so I am thinking of installing this, then deleting the beta profile and OTA'ing to the final stable update when it lands.
     
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    Not installed yet but I wouldn't be too paranoid. These are heavily tested before release. The brick update (which if memory serves only affected a small percentage of people running a certain model of a recently released iPad) was very much a one off.

    Remember that there are more than half a billion iOS 10 devices out there. That's double the number of computers running Windows 10, if my shoddy memory or paint-by-numbers mathematics is anywhere on point. This was the company that pushed an update to silently change an entire filesystem on all of these devices; simply a monumental achievement. It would be so so easy to rush a patch and screw up a load of phones.

    Apple are terrified and paranoid of the media fallout from failure, especially with iOS updates. They're more scared about it than you are, so they wouldn't have released it if they weren't sure!
     
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    It's 14F89 for majority of devices; 14F90 for the new iPad and 14F91 for iPad mini 4 (Cellular).
     
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    Developer site shows:

    • 14F89 | 14F90
     

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