iOS 10.3.1 Released: Changes, Security and Bugs

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  1. Spydar007, Apr 3, 2017
    Last edited: May 15, 2017

    Spydar007 macrumors member

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    #1
    iOS 10.3.1

    iOS 10.3.2 has now been released to the public.

    Release Date: April 3, 2017
    Build Version: 14E304
    Darwin Kernel Version: 16.5.0: Thu Feb 23 23:22:54 PST 2017

    Please report bugs to Bug Reporter on the web/mobile. (a developer account is not required to do this)

    Carrier Version

    United States
    • AT&T - 28.3
    • T-Mobile - 28.3
    • Sprint - Unknown
    • Verizon - 28.4
    • U.S. Cellular - Unknown
    • MetroPCS - Unknown
    Canada
    • Rogers/Fido - 28.3
    United Kingdom
    • EE UK - 28.3
    • Three UK - 28.3
    • O2 UK - Unknown
    • Vodafone UK - 28.3
    Ireland
    • Vodafone IE - Unknown
    Germany
    • Vodafone DE - Unknown
    • Telekom DE - 28.0
    • O2 DE - Unknown
    Australia
    • Telstra - Unknown
    • Vodafone AU - 28.0
    • Optus - Unknown
    Miscellaneous
    • Swisscom - Unknown
    • Orange PL - Unknown
    • Orange FR - Unknown
    • TDC DK - Unknown
    • TIGO GT - Unknown
    • Telia SE - 28.0
    Modem Firmware
    • Intel iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus - PMB9943 - 1.03.21
    • Qualcomm iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus - MDM9645 - 1.59.02
    • iPad Pro (9.7-inch), iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus - MDM9635 - 2.54.00
    • iPad Air 2, iPad Pro (12.9-inch), iPad (5th generation), iPad mini 4, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone SE - MDM9625 - 5.51.00
    • iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s - MDM9615 - 7.51.00
    • iPhone 5, iPad (4th generation) and iPad mini - MDM9615 - 11.51.00
    Release Notes
    iOS 10.3.1 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.
    Changes
    • Tudou and Youku are added as permanent sharing option when sharing a video from photos app.
    Bugs

    Security Notes
    Available at https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT207688
     
  2. dan9700 macrumors 68000

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  3. daffie macrumors regular

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    I'm on beta 10.3.2...should I remove the beta profile and update to 10.3.1?
     
  4. LoveToMacRumors macrumors 68020

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    No
     
  5. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    That's up to you, whether you want to be on a beta or a public release.
     
  6. gobikerider macrumors 68020

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    I'd keep beta
     
  7. furbzv1 macrumors 6502a

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    Why are we going backwards?
    Wait nvm it's not a beta
     
  8. uandme72 macrumors 6502a

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    #9
    Whats a dark mode.
    Whether notification issues fixed?
     
  9. mrthomnas macrumors regular

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    #10
    Zoom zoom. iPhone 6.
     

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  10. jr866gooner macrumors 65816

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    #11
    Hope this improves my fingerprint sensor! Been awful today!
     
  11. dan9700 macrumors 68000

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    Is this any better than 10.3 and im on 10.3.2 beta is it wortg downgrading to public 10.3.1
     
  12. KamranMackey macrumors 6502

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    #13
    No. 10.3.2 already includes the fixes included in 10.3.2, and more.
     
  13. juancho13 macrumors newbie

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    #14
    Whatsss?
     
  14. reptarwilleatu macrumors regular

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    #15
    that doesn't necessarily mean that the update caused the difference...
     
  15. uandme72 macrumors 6502a

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    #17
    That may not be 100% correct as ondate.
    This is because 10.3.2 beta 1 was released a week ago and during this week, 10.3.1 might have undergone changes which were not captured in 10.3.2 beta 1.
     
  16. Hansana macrumors regular

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    Vodafone Australia 28.0
     
  17. Spydar007 thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks.
     
  18. SumYoungGai macrumors 6502a

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    #20
    Interesting. Explains why 10.3.2b1 came out before 10.3.1 then, since 10.3.1 was just a simple patch.
     
  19. zz_nosa_r macrumors regular

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  20. DanEp macrumors member

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    #22
    Running 10.3.2b1. Will removing the public beta profile and installing this release cause loss of data? Will it results in a functional VPN that is broken in the current beta?
     
  21. t0mat0 macrumors 603

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    #23
    Run arbitrary code on the wifi chip?
    Anyone have any light into what kind of problems this bug could do?
     
  22. KamranMackey macrumors 6502

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    #24
    Bad things. Very bad things.

    AKA I have no idea what problems it could've caused if it wasn't patched.
     
  23. bradl macrumors 68040

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    Let's have a crack at it.

    Let's say that someone exploits this by writing a program that flashes/wipes the firmware on that chip, therefore bricking the chip itself, leaving the user without any WiFi capability at all.

    That can be done remotely, as the vulnerable iPhone only has to be on the same WiFi network as the attacker.

    So all that is needed is some arbitrary program to do this, and a WiFi network where many people congregate... like an airport.

    Imagine someone doing that to every iPhone in range running 10.3 or older (assuming that the same WiFi chip was used in the iPhone 5 up to the 7+, and that the vulnerability exists in previous versions of iOS).

    See the potential for bad things?

    BL.
     

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