New iOS 9.3.2 Fixes Problems with 9.7-inch iPad Pro
There is a way how to fix iPad Pro issues experienced by users ever since the public launch of 9.7-inch iPad Pro model. There is iOS 9.3.2 firmware version created for all Apple devices however it doesn’t solve the ‘Error 56’ that bricks the tablet.
Still there is another solution. Apple launched new iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro and this particular release is meant to fix the unpleasant issues that troubled ‘fruit’ users in the spring. It’s curious that the bug mainly occurs on the tablets with 9.7-inch display. Apple was aware of the problem for a while and created firmware update specifically for this gadget and model.
You can fix issues with iPad Pro by simply updated to iOS 9.3.2. You can install the firmware via OTA-update or search for the build 13F72 and download the ipsw file from direct link. In this situation you’ll have to manually install the operating systemon your tablet device.
Error 56 is extremely crazy. Once you see it pop up on the iPad Pro you’ll get the bricked gadget. The only way to fix the bug is install iOS 9.3.2 build 13F72. Hopefully this time the errors will be gone and you have to restore your iPad Pro in hopes to fix everything on your own. This didn’t help many users who had to contact Apple Support in order to solve the problem.
Now all users can fix everything without contacting Apple. Special 13F72 build for 9.3.2 firmware version is designed for 9.7-inch iPad Pros only. If you have the iPhone there is no need to update iOS 9.3.2 once again.