Apple has released the latest version of iOS for its mobile devices. The recently announced iOS 9.3.3 is the last version of iOS 9 as the company has already announced the arrival of ?iOS 10. Here are the details, advantages and drawbacks of iOS 9.3.3.
The company has released the update to fix the bugs along with some security enhancements. iOS 9.3.3 includes no new features and includes some problems as well. Here are some details about the update that will help Apple users to choose whether to update or not. But first of all, have a look at compatible devices.
The upgrade is compatible with the iPhone 4S or later, iPad 2 or later, iPad mini or later, iPad Pro range and the 5th generation iPod Touch or later. For more details, visit Apple Support. Normally developers send notifications about software updates. However, if a user with any of these devices has not received the notification, they can check for the update through the settings of the device. For this go to Settings>General>Software Update.
What?s new in iOS 9.3.3
The company has released the patch to fix the bugs in Calendar, CoreGraphics, FaceTime, Safari and Siri. These changes are for good because of the security issues. With the bugs present in iOS 9.3.2, hackers can access the confidential data on the device. Apple has done some privacy improvement in Safari as well, reported Forbes.
Drawbacks of iOS 9.3.3
The users are complaining that since they have updated the device is freezing regularly. The device could slow down. The users are facing problem while connecting to a wifi network and bluetooth.
For those who are using a jailbreak tool, they are advised to stay where they are. Once they jump to the new iOS they will not be able to use the jailbreak tool any more. Pangu is reportedly working on a new jailbreak tool for iOS 10. Apple is supposed to release iOS 10 in September. The hardcore jailbreak fans must wait for the release of the next jailbreak tool.
The good news is that the users can downgrade to previous version as Apple is signing off on iOS 9.3.2. So, there is no harm in upgrading the operating system.
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