Apple Releases iOS 9.3.2 With Support for Simultaneous Night Shift/Low Power Mode Usage

AbSoluTc

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Sep 21, 2008
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I noticed this prior to this update but not sure if this update fixes it.

When in Safari, google search "cat". Do this in portrait. Tap a picture then tap it to fill the page. Rotate to landscape so the image fills the screen. The tabs won't automatically go away. You can't slide them up. I could not figure out why the tabs and search bar would not go away. I have learned to get it to go away, you have to swipe the image down and then back up. The tabs/bar disappear.

I don't recall this being like that ever. I thought when you switched from portrait to landscape in safari, it auto hid those items by default.

What am I missing?
 

ThatSomeone

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Jan 9, 2016
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Does the update "brick" the iPad pro 9.7"? I've read both here and on Apple Support's Twitter that some people gets a message that it needs to be plugged into iTunes after updating...
 

zone23

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May 10, 2012
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why bother using iTunes for update? iTunes doesn't do delta update so it downloads the entire iOS.
Maybe he wants to jailbreak someday. You need the full version update not the delta it can cause issues.
 

Banan911

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Jun 8, 2011
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I noticed this prior to this update but not sure if this update fixes it.

When in Safari, google search "cat". Do this in portrait. Tap a picture then tap it to fill the page. Rotate to landscape so the image fills the screen. The tabs won't automatically go away. You can't slide them up. I could not figure out why the tabs and search bar would not go away. I have learned to get it to go away, you have to swipe the image down and then back up. The tabs/bar disappear.

I don't recall this being like that ever. I thought when you switched from portrait to landscape in safari, it auto hid those items by default.

What am I missing?
My iPhone 6 does not have this issue with 9.3.2. When rotating into landscape everything else than the pic disappears. Must be something with you current installation.
 

NewtypeCJ

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Feb 27, 2005
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Does the update "brick" the iPad pro 9.7"? I've read both here and on Apple Support's Twitter that some people gets a message that it needs to be plugged into iTunes after updating...
Mine is bricked. Says it needs to be plugged into iTunes, won't restore or update, just a big loop. Fantastic. :\
 

dwmreg

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Oct 16, 2007
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I'd probably wait a bit. Looks like there _may_ be an issue with 9.3.2 firmware updates and the smaller Pro. Then again, may just be a certain set of circumstances that causes it to do so. God knows with Apple.

Mart
My iPad Pro 9.7" is definitely screwed up now!
 

ThatSomeone

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Jan 9, 2016
193
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Here, where else?
Mine is bricked. Says it needs to be plugged into iTunes, won't restore or update, just a big loop. Fantastic. :\
My iPad Pro 9.7" is definitely screwed up now!
Oh dear, I guess I'll wait until tomorrow and see what happens... My old Air got affected with the 9.3 lockup bug, I thought I wouldn't have another issue like this after upgrading...

My iPhone 6 has updated fine though
 

dwmreg

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Oct 16, 2007
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Apple definitely sucks. My device is bricked and I cannot get my iPad Pro in the store and to a Genius Bar appt. until Wednesday afternoon!
 

macduke

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Jun 27, 2007
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Night Shift is a nice feature for many of us who don't want to be blinded late at night. Granted, I never seem to have a use for it with low power mode but it seems you're taking issue with something that is nothing more than personal opinion.
I was poking a bit of fun. Both are useful. Although I hate it when it comes on while I'm in Lightroom on my iPad. I almost posted a photo the other day that was SUPER blue by the time I was done color correcting it, lol. Would be nice if individual apps could disable it while in use. They would just need a simple API hook, and perhaps a dialog box about being disabled while using.
 

kolax

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Mar 20, 2007
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shame it fixed the Animation Bug (i know how weird that sounds) but i just cant go back to those slow animations. I have it on my iPad and its driving me a bit nutty. Gotta stay on 9.3.1
Damn! I've gotten so used to that hack that I'm struggling with these animations again...

The speed of interacting/switching apps etc was so quick, all taps registered instantly.
 

73b

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Aug 22, 2014
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East Coast
Support for simultaneous use of Night Shift mode and low-power mode. Hurray. That's just what we need. Can't you think of anything better to put in the title As a changed feature?
This is actually great because my phone gets to 20% towards the end of the day, and I previously had to choose night shift or low power mode.
 

movielad

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Dec 19, 2005
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Downloaded iOS 9.3.1 ipsw file for 9.7" iPad Pro. Won't install because iTunes 12.4 is too new.

*Punches self in face several times*
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Grab the 9.3.1 iOS files from https://ipsw.me/ and restore to them instead. Should fix for now until Apple re-releases 9.3.2
Just make sure that you do NOT update to iTunes 12.4 first, otherwise it won't work.
 

John.B

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Jan 15, 2008
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Holocene Epoch
I noticed this prior to this update but not sure if this update fixes it.

When in Safari, google search "cat". Do this in portrait. Tap a picture then tap it to fill the page. Rotate to landscape so the image fills the screen. The tabs won't automatically go away. You can't slide them up. I could not figure out why the tabs and search bar would not go away. I have learned to get it to go away, you have to swipe the image down and then back up. The tabs/bar disappear.

I don't recall this being like that ever. I thought when you switched from portrait to landscape in safari, it auto hid those items by default.

What am I missing?
I've been seeing janky status bar rotations in Safari for several releases. The screen and status bar rotate from landscape to portrait, but it's as if the status bar doesn't get the message to redraw at the bottom of the screen so it sticks halfway up the screen and is spaced about 2x too wide to fit the portrait orientation.
 

MaGNeTiX

macrumors newbie
Aug 14, 2015
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Downloaded iOS 9.3.1 ipsw file for 9.7" iPad Pro. Won't install because iTunes 12.4 is too new.

*Punches self in face several times*
****ing goddamn Apple >.<

Edit: ipsw.me to the rescue again... https://ipsw.me/iTunes

Can grab the old install files from there.

Edit 2: Just wanted to add, still an absolute ballache to reinstall and old version *facepalm*
 
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