Apple iOS updates are getting bigger, but not necessarily better, by the day. The latest Apple iOS 9.3.2 update takes up 80 MB of mobile space but only includes a few security tweaks, bug fixes, and one useful, new feature.
People using wireless Bluetooth for calls had been facing a number of sound issues when it came to the previous iOS version. That is the major bug fix that has been addressed in the iOS 9.3.2, reports VentureBeat.
As far as bug fixes go, this version of the iOS has also cleared up issues with the dictionary freezing up and entering one’s email ID in Kana. Another nagging problem faced by iOS 9.3.1 users involved using the VoiceOver app, which kept springing from “Alex voice” to other voices, making the speech difficult to understand. The iOS 9.3.2 has taken care of this problem.
In the earlier version, the power saving mode, which people would often switch to in case one desired to stretch out the last 20% of battery backup for as long as possible, did not come with Night Mode support.
This means that the brightness of the mobile screen could not be reduced at certain hours when it’s time to sleep. Many users had pointed out this error, after which Apple, reportedly, had tested the simultaneous use of Night and battery saving mode during its Beta period with success. Hence, it has found its way into the recent iOS Update.
Another important bug fix is allowing customized B2B apps to be installed by MDM server, something that was going through a glitch earlier.
The Apple iOS 9.3.2 update can be downloaded on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch from May 16, 2016.
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