Every big software release is followed by a slew of minor updates to fix the bugs introduced last time. This time around, Apple has rolled out the beta iOS 9.3.2 update to compatible iPads and iPhones, complete with new features, enhancements and bug fixes, BGR noted.
The Apple iOS 9.3.2 can now be downloaded as an over-the-air (OTA) update. This update consists of fixes to Japanese keyboard entry, Bluetooth audio bug specific to the new 4.0-inch iPhone SE, mobile device management (MDM) servers and dictionary definition malfunction, to name a few.
To top it off, the iOS 9.3.2 brings in the ability to enable “Low Power Mode and Night Shift Mode” concurrently. This enhancement was apparently made after seeing a slew of user feedback. Apart from iOS 9.3.2 OTA update, Apple has also pushed OS X 10.11.5, watchOS 2.2.1 and tvOS 9.2.1, Phone Arena noted.
However, the iOS 9.3.2 is not without its own set of issues. After updating the 9.7-inch Apple iPad Pro to the latest OS version, some device owners have reportedly complained that the update bricks their slate. The users are reportedly seeing "Error 56" message on their iPad Pro and the system message recommends connecting the device to iTunes.
Phone Arena, on the other hand, checked Apple's support document and it says Error 56 is a “hardware issue.” The solution to the aforesaid error is to install the latest version of Apple iTunes, and it also suggests the device owner to check for any problems within third-party security software.
The document further says the USB cable could be the culprit, apart from the connected computer and network. Plus, Apple iPad Pro users can try to “restore the slate twice” to see if it fixes the problem. Even after doing all these, if the error persists, the document says, “Contact Apple support.”
Looking at the error and the suggested solutions, it’s safe to assume that Apple’s next iteration of minor firmware update is required to fix this issue. In any case, Apple might be rolling out a temporary or permanent fix without any delay as many iPad users are unable to use their tablets.