After getting complaints for iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2, developers invested their double time in development of iOS 9.3, but it still ran into significant issues. Do you think it is worth to upgrade? Can you trust this version? What developers think?Let’s find out.
Why Officials Have Released This New Upgrade? Who Can Use It?
With previous iOS 9.x releases, iOS 9.3 can be used by iPhone 4S or later model users, iPad 2 or later, iPad mini or later, iPad pro and 5th Gen iPod touch or later users. New prompted notification on smartphone will help you in upgrading to iOS 9.3. If you have not receive any notification, you can trigger it manually by navigating to Settings -> General -> Software update
Currently, there is no iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak. So, the owners of jailbroken iPhones, iPod touches and ipads need to wait for long time.
The latest upgrade of iOS 9.3.1 is about fixing the Universal Links bug that impacts web surfing. In other words, this upgrade fixes the issue that causes apps to be unresponsive after clicking on links in other apps and Safari.
Is there any extra feature or hidden feature for user? It seems not! The notes issued by the Apple Security Update page have no reference to iOS 9.3.1 at all and the update shares space of 35MB.
Does It Work?
Yes, it works. However, it doesn’t work for everyone. In the forum, there are smaller threads made by users saying the links bug is still present after updating to iOS 9.3.1 version. Moreover, they are encountering issues related to battery life, iMessage, photo syncing, and iBooks.
The reports are limited, but it is still worth bearing in mind.
What Installers Have To Say About The Upgrade?
They want you to wait unless you have the Safari Links Bug. The latest update is extremely limited. Officials have released it to address an issue, so if you are among the users suffering from that issue, you can try and upgrade to fix it. Majority of users have reported that it has worked for them.
iOS 9 still have more to share in future. Get ready for iOS 9.4 and maybe even iOS 9.5.
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