The latest iOS update has now been released by Apple, as iOS 10.3.2 is now available for download from all the usual methods of acquiring the update.
It was on April 3 that Apple released the previous 10.3.1 update, and its been more than a month after which Apple has now released the next update. More than five beta versions of iOS 10.3.2 were released for developer and user testing before the release was finally made public today, which should mark the final update before Apple launches the next major update, iOS 11.
Some of the standout features of iOS 10.3.1 were a Podcast app widget, Wi-Fi Calling over Verizon network, Find my AirPods so that you don’t misplace your truly wireless Apple earphones, and a complete overhaul of the Apple iOS file system that saved gigabytes of space on iOS devices. In this update, there are mostly bug fixes and security updates for iPhone and iPad.
The same is mentioned in the official patch notes for the update, while third-party VPN services and SiriKit car commands have also both been fixed and patched after the release of iOS 10.3.2. As usual, you can download the update through the Over the Air (OTA) update on your iPhone or iPad by navigating to Settings, then General, and Software Update, or by connecting to iTunes and downloading and installing the update from the Preferences screen.
Eligible devices are iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4 or later, iPod touch 6th gen or later, and iPad mini 2 and later. It is worth noting, however, that iPhone 5 and 5C are not eligible for the update as it is only for 64-bit devices. As for the next major update, iOS 11 is set for launch at Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 to be held at the McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, from June 5 to June 9.