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3 reasons not to upgrade to iOS 9.3.2

The iOS 9.3.2 update from Apple Inc. comes with quite a few bug fixes that posed a lot of inconvenience to the users in iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1. There are all these lists of bug fixes and updates that comes with iOS 9.3.2, but there are not a lot of lists of the bugs that this build of the operating system that might just have in store for the users. While a lot of users have already upgraded to iOS 9.3.2, some of the individuals are still waiting to make their update. Today we will be discussing a few points about why you should not be updating your operating system.

ce37ff059facee89ef4717b114c2e1deIt was early January when Apple Inc. released iOS 9.3 as an upgrade from iOS 9.2. But there were quite a few issues that had not been handled and some new popped up. Then came in iOS 9.3.1 where quite a few issues were fixed. This month Apple Inc. just released another iOS update for the users. iOS 9.3.2 is supposed to bring in some tweaks and largely bug fixes left behind from the previous versions. You might just be tempted to upgrade to iOS 9.3.2 but make sure you read the points below.

  1. Do not update to iOS 9.3.2, if your device is not ready. There have been some reports stating that on upgrading they were not able to find some of their data. That might just be a case with you as well. The advisable measure would be to back up your iPhone or iPad when updating.
  2. Do not update if you want to continue using the features of your jailbroken iPhone or iPad. Because you will again have to jailbreak your iOS 9.3.2 iPhone, which might just be tricky. You can always refer to the jailbreak tutorials but very few of them have yield results.
  3. Do not install if you are worried about bugs. The previous bugs might just have been fixed, but there is no guarantee that there are no more. A few new ones might just have sprung up.

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  1. Did new release affect p/w and fingerprint? Sometime mine will lock and sometimes it doesn't.

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