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Apple iOS 9.3.2: What You Should Do Before Installing iOS 9.3.2

Apple rolled out iOS 9.3.2 version, which fixes several iOS 9 problems. When Apple rolled out iOS 9.3.1, it came in with major frustrating issues and bugs which was later, a few were addressed and fixed in iOS 9.3.2. Apple-iOS-9.3.2

For those, who’re sticking with iOS 7 or 8, the iOS 9.3.2 upgrade will be major with a lot of new features. If you are thinking to upgrade to iOS 9, you might want to take a look at what you should do before you take a hasty step because we all know, iOS 10 beta release is on the run. You don’t want to rush up with anything, for all we know, iOS 10 final release could be much better than iOS 9.3.2. So if you are willing to wait, then we insist you do not install iOS 9.3.2 but if you are an impatient exploration geek, then you might have to read the below list of what all you should do before you install iOS 9.3.2.

Read about the new changes in iOS 9.3.2: Yes, that goes without saying, find out what are all the compatible devices that goes with iOS 9.3.2. Read about the key bug fixes that comes with iOS 9.3.2 like Bluetooth problem, dictionary definitions and more. It has also brought in the security patches, new features like Night Shift mode for using mobile at night and many more.

Get your login info: You need your Apple ID in case when asked during the iOS 9.3.2 installation. In case you haven’t logged into your device for a while with your log in ID and password, you have to track all this information down for various apps as well other than Apple apps.

Backup your data: This is your important step before you install the iOS 9.3.2. Backup your data before moving to iOS 9.3.2 because you tend to lose pictures, or any other important data every time you install a new update. Look into the guides to backup your data using iTunes or iCloud.

Ways of downloading iOS 9.3.2: There are two ways of downloading the iOS 9.3.2 update. Either by OTA (On The Air) update through the phone settings or by iTunes. Choose either way, but make sure you charge your phone enough for the installation process.

Gather feedback and fixes: Those who own older devices like iPad mini, iPhone 4s and 5, can collect the feedback from the users who have started using the rolled out update for their phones. You can know all about the possible pros and cons and draw a conclusion as to whether the upgrade is worth for you or not. There are several feedback available for each phone on each iOS. Don’t fail to check those out. You might also face potential problems that you, frustrate you after you upgrade to iOS 9.3.2. If you cannot handle those, dig into the common problems that iOS 9 gives, like battery draining issues, Bluetooth, etc., and find the corresponding fixes and read about them beforehand.

Check with IT Dept: If you are a user who is owning an iPhone or iPad for work, make sure you inquire in your company’s IT Dept, whether it might be a good idea to upgrade to iOS 9.3.2 from the current version of iOS on your device. Your company’s IT Dept should have tested the iOS 9.3.2 beta already for potential problems and should have an idea about using it. So kindly do so.

Look into Pros and Cons: You shouldn’t stop just with the pros of installing like, jailbreak versions of the same iOS and reviews that encourages you to install. Several websites has put together a list of reasons to install and not to install iOS 9.3.2, which gives you second thoughts about installing iOS 9.3.2 or wait for iOS 10 beta which is already out.

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