What's In iOS 10.3.2? Apple Releases Update For iPhones And iPads

What's In iOS 10.3.2? Apple Releases Update For iPhones And iPads


We're not sure if there are still plans for any major features for iOS 10, but iOS 11 is expected to be officially announced at WWDC 2017 which takes place in June. iOS 11 will be the latest iOS iteration and will most likely be released towards the later part of the year alongside Apple's new iPhones. Information on the security updates in the update is available in a KnowledgeBase article.

Don't panic if you can't see iOS 10.3.2 showing on your compatible iPhone or iPad, due to the high volumes of users trying to download the software, things might be a little slower than usual. Rumors say Apple will release the upcoming tvOS update with a picture-in-picture feature, which will allow the Apple TV to compete with Amazon's Fire TV and Roku.

If you've got an Apple Watch strapped to your wrist, then you're also receiving an update to watchOS 3.2.2 today. You can download the update as an over-the-air update or through iTunes. Remember that the Apple Watch must be on its charger, charged to at least 50 percent, and within range of your iPhone, which itself must be on Wi-Fi.

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The update comes after iOS 10.3 and the subsequent iOS 10.3.1 were released weeks ago.

While the company hasn't issued specific changelogs for its other platforms, the new macOS release is said to fix an issue making audio stutter when played through USB headphones. You won't see any new functionality added, but given that each of the five (or so) beta versions Apple released prior to the official launch contained thorough lists with fixed bugs and issues.

  • Kyle Warner