Apple Releases iOS 9.3.2 with Security Improvements and Bug Fixes

Apple has just released iOS 9.3.2 to the public, marking the second update to iOS 9 since iOS 9.3 launched in March of 2016. In testing since April 6, Apple seeded a total of four iOS 9.3.2 betas to developers and public beta testers prior to releasing the update to the public.


Apple had seeded four beta versions of iOS 9.3.2 to developers and beta testers. Here’s the complete list of bug fixes and improvements:

  • Fixes an issue where some Bluetooth accessories could experience audio quality issues when paired to the iPhone SE
  • Fixes an issue where looking up dictionary definitions could fail
  • Addresses an issue that prevents typing email addresses when using the Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messages
  • Fixes an issue for VoiceOver users using the Alex voice, where the device switches to a different voice to announce punctuation or spaces
  • Fixes an issue that prevented MDM servers from installing Custom B2B apps

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The latest iOS 9.3.2 software update is available as a free upgrade for the following iOS devices:

  • iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone SE and iPhone 4s
  • 9.7-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3 and iPad 2
  • iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, Retina iPad mini, 1st gen iPad mini
  • 6th generation iPod touch, 5th generation iPod touch

Apple hasn’t mentioned it in the release notes, but iOS 9.3.2 also allows you to enable Night Shift in battery-saving Low Power mode. So won’t need to use a workaround to use them simultaneously. It is recommended to take a backup of your device to iCloud or using iTunes.

If you don’t care about jailbreaking, then you can install iOS 9.3.2 via OTA update by going to Settings > General > Software Update. The size of the OTA update on the iPhone 6s Plus is 91.3 MB.

Alternatively, you can download the iOS 9.3.2 from the direct IPSW links given below.

As usual, Jailbreakers should avoid upgrading their jailbroken device to iOS 9.3.2 as one of the golden rules of jailbreaking is to stay where you’re to improve your changes of getting a jailbreak. It will disrupt your device, and at the time of this writing, there is no known public jailbreak for recent releases of iOS.

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