iOS 9.3.1, has released by the Cupertino giant, Apple(NASDAQ:AAPL) on Thursday for its iPhone, iPod and iPad. The recent release from Apple comes with lots of fixes for the bugs present in the previous version of iOS. The iOS users can easily download the latest update as an over the air update else they can download it through iTunes software.
The bugs present in the iOS devices such as unresponsiveness after clicking links on Safari and rebooting of the device has been fixed with this fix. Apart from this, additional features such as Night Shift Mode is introduced, and other features such as Apple News and Notes are updated with the current release. After the release of current version, it is highly expected that the device will resolve many issues in the device, if they install iOS 9.3.1 in their device.
iOS 9.3.1 is compatible for:
Similar to its previous version, the current version of iOS 9.3.1 will be compatible for devices such as iPhone 4S and later devices. In case of iPad, it will support for iPad 2 or later version as well as iPad mini or later versions. Additionally, the operating system will support for iPad touch 5th generation and later versions.
The update will be automatically triggered, else one can manually trigger the update by accessing Settings -> General -> Software Update in their device.
The main thing in this update is that, the update comes with a fix for bug present in Safari, when accessing a link from the device, which affects the web surfing globally. The company has mentioned as,
“Fixes an issue that causes apps to be unresponsive after tapping on links in Safari and other apps”
Apart from this, the update comes with additional stuffs such as 3D Touch shortcuts, Night Shift mode as mentioned above and few security patches for the iOS devices. Thankfully, we have received few updates in the forum regarding the issues present in the updated version of iOS 9.3.1. People are horribly mentioned that their device reacted strange in terms battery life, iMessage and syncing of Photos, after updating their device to iOS 9.3.1. While considering globally, these feedbacks are very little. But, they are still worthy, if we consider them in our mind before updating your device iOS version.
Keep in mind, if you don’t experience the Safari bug badly, don’t update the current version of your iOS to iOS 9.3.1. The update seems very limited, while comparing to previous version releases. Yes, while comparing to previous version releases, the current one is very little upgrade for your device. Be cautious before updating your device operating system to iOS 9.3.1. It is highly suspected the device will receive plenty of updates from the developers.
Stay tuned with Tampa Bay Review for more updates on iOS 9.3.1.
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