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.

iOS 9.3.2 Fix Error 56 iPad Pro 9.7-inch Apple Firmware Release Download

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.


Apple Offers a Way to Fix iTunes VoiceOver Issues

Apple brings iTunes 12.4.1 release and this is the way how you can fix problems with VoiceOver system. It happens a couple of weeks after the launch of iTunes 12.4. The update is minor and it should solve issues with VoiceOver.

The version of iTunes 12.4 improves some things [you can fix Error 56 on iPad Pro]. It enhances navigation in iTunes and its UI. Apple originally created this program version to support OS X 10.11.4 launch however the operating system for Apple computers was released earlier and iTunes update was a bit delayed.

iTunes 12.4.1 Release Download Mac Fix Issues VoiceOver

According to the iOS giant, its iTunes version 12.4 was a bit buggy and caused some iTunes VoiceOver issues that needed to be fixes. This is why iTunes 12.4.1 was launched. This minor update only solves the known problems.

iTunes after update should work well with VoiceOver. It should not repeat the previous bugs. It must not restore the feature to Reset Plays and your Up Next option shouldn’t play music files in the wrong order. Everything should be just as you expect, in correct order and the desktop program should be ok with crossfading between tunes.

Users are welcome to download the version 12.4.1 and update iTunes using Mac App Store. Remember that this is not a major upgrade. It’s only meant to fix VoiceOver issue so you are advised to update if you experience problems with this option.


iOS 9.3.3 Update: Download New iOS 9.3.3 Beta 1 to Developers

With so many iOS 9.3.2 bugs many users can’t wait for official iOS 9.3.3 release date. It should happen soon since Apple has already seeded the first iOS 9.3.3 update to developers. If you are a registered dev you can download iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 and test all the minor changes that would hopefully make the known problems disappear.

Many users are unhappy with iOS 9.3.2 release [there are some new Android features inspired by iOS 9]. This firmware version was supposed to bring minor changes without any new issues. However it didn’t fix the problems for 9.7-inch iPad Pro users and many iPhone owners.

iOS 9.3.3 Beta 1 Download Direct Links ipsw iPhone iPad Release

Hopefully once developers install iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 they will be happy to report no issues. Of course, it is only possible to learn about problems, bugs and issues while using the firmware every day. Still devs do a great job by testing betas and helping Apple to solve things right away and avoid bringing more problems to the public release.

How can you install iOS 9.3.3 first beta? There are some requirements you have to meet before you get a chance to update to this iPhone, iPad and iPod touch firmware beta. Firstly, you have to be a registered developer and access Apple Dev Center. Secondly, you have to have registered UDID [here is how to locate your Apple Watch UDID in case you need it]. Thirdly, you should have desire to test new and upcoming mobile platforms for ‘fruit’ devices.

If you meet all the requirements above you can download iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 through direct links offered through Dev Center or install 9.3.3 first beta via OTA-update.


Apple Shares Fix to iPhone and iPad Pro iTunes Error 56

We have heard about error 56 iPhone 6 and this error now bothers iPad Pro users. If you have the 9.7-inch iPad Pro model that was released in spring you might also get error 56 iTunes iPad Pro after updating to iOS 9.3.2 firmware version.

Anyways, while it is not iPhone update error 56 this time – you might still want to know how to fix it and if iPhone 6 error 56 fix could work on iPad Pro device after you get all iOS 9.3.2 changes and improvements. Apple has a solution to all 9.7-inch iPad Pro owners and you have to learn what the company says about the problem.

Fix iPad Pro Brick Error 56 iTunes iOS 9.3.2 Update

Firstly, the bug seems to only brick iPad Pro models with 9.7-inch screen. Secondly, the issue arrives after you install iOS 9.3.2 release. This firmware was updated in May and a lot of users still haven’t installed it.

Apple knows that some users get error and shares only one iPad Pro error 56 solution at the moment. It asks all users who experience problems to contact Apple Support team. Maybe the ‘fruit’ giant would offer soon iOS 9.3.x update which will finally fix the bug. Right now if you get ‘error 56’ you might become bricked. If you iPad Pro is a brick you should definitely contact Apple and resolve this issue.

The Cupertino-based giant assures that only a small number of users comes across error 56. All other iPhone and iPad owners who are now running iOS 9.3.2 have no brick issues or errors [you can download iOS 9.3.2 through direct ipsw links].

Have you had any issues with update?


How to Fix iMessage If It Is Not Syncing Between Mac and iPhone

One of the greatest characteristic that was produced with iOS 5 is iMessange. It is an instant messenger service developed by Apple. It helps people to chat with other iMessange users. Also the main advantage of its service that it allows you to connect you messaging between any device that is working.

On the one hand everything should work with any troubles. But on the other hand sometimes it happens that iMessages won’t sync between your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. These troubles are human mistake. The reason of this damage can be slight technical glitch.

And now let’s find several ways how to fix iMessage…

First Variant of Fixing if iMessage Not Syncing Between Mac and iPhone

Anyone can reach you on iMessage via phone number or email addresses. It depends on the device you have. More often, you can be reached at the phone number linked to your iPhone, and also your Apple ID locked email addresses. It is not necessary but can add extra email addresses from where you can send and receive iMessages. Although it doesn’t mean that this iMessage ID is active.

Sometimes it happens that one of the iMessage email addresses in the Messages preferences on my Mac is not activated. That’s why you don’t receive messages sent to this address. Make sure you have activated all email addresses you want to use with iMessage, check out both your Mac and iPhone settings.

On your device click on Settings > Messages > Send & Receive > and look through “you can be reached by iMessage at.” On this stage you should make sure all the email addresses you use for iMessage on your other devices are active on this device as well.

Also you need to do the same things on your Mac. Go Messages > Preferences > Accounts > and there check the boxes for the email addresses and phone number you want to be reached at.

To make sure that everything is going right : all devices receives the same messages check that the identical number and email addresses are active on each device.

Second Variant of Fixing if iMessage not Syncing Between Mac and iPhone

For some reason often iPhone gets not working iMessages on time, with my iMac lagging behind. It is my supposition but I think iMessages are pushed in priority to the device you are currently using or that you have recently used to send or receive a message.

To solve this problem just send a few messages from the device that is not receive messages to show its activity.

It also can help to fix syncing problems.

Third Variant of Fixing if iMessage not Syncing Between Mac and iPhone

If the solutions offered above doesn’t work you should try this one.

On your iPhone click to open Settings > Messages > and toggle off iMessage at the top. Wait a few seconds and turn it back on.

On your Mac, click Messages > Preferences… > Accounts. Make sure iMessage is selected in the left column, then tap Sign Out. Once signed out, wait a few seconds then sign back in.

I Hope that one of these variants will fix your iMessage sync problems.


How to Fix Mail Connection To The Server Failed on iPhone 5

The built-in iOS Mail application is useful and handy when you have multiple accounts and wish to have them all in one place, however sometimes you might get this iPhone mail error “Cannot connect to server” or “Connection to the server failed.” Is there a way how to solve this problem and continue enjoying your handset or tablet device without issues?

There is a good chance of fixing iPhone mail error no matter how dreadful it might look to you. If the server stops responding to your password / message and shows errors you can follow this guide and get rid of the problems.

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iOS App Disappear after iOS 7.1.1 / 7.1.2 Untethered Pangu Jailbreak

Chinese iOS 7.1.2 jailbreak problems is not news as there were some issues with 7.1.1 jailbreak on Mac or Win as well using the same tool. Apple has just updated its firmware and a lot of people were fast to use the exploit with further jailbreak bugs on iOS 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 versions.

As people note, the bug on iOS 7.1.2 jailbreak makes app disappear from your Home screen. This is pretty weird but people keep complain about the problem. It’s hard to say at the moment whether iOS 7 app disappeared from the Home screen because of Pangu or for some other reasons.


It could be possible that the iOS 7 apps disappear after jailbreak but because they are incompatible jailbroken programs with Pangu exploit. Some experts believe the 7.1.1 jailbreak issues might surface because of the .plist file not loading the correct way.

If you simply delete the jailbreaking tweak, the bug should be gone. The question is how you can find which tweak causes the bug in order to delete it. Everything is not as simple as if you have a lot of tweaks loaded on your iPhone or iPad you will have to remove them one by one checking if the problem is gone and when.

Pangu jailbreak and app disappear issue can be solved in another way as well. As some Reddit members note ReddestDream and kozerq, you can try to run “uicache” comman via OpenSSH or MobileTerminal [to fix the .plist file and icons] or remove and files located in /var/mobile/Library/Caches/.

Note that the solutions above might mess up the layout you are used to. Whenever you delete your system files you might cause another problem so do this only if you are sure you are doing everything correctly and won’t ruin your devices OS.


Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 Fix: PPSync Remove Guide

A Chinese group of hackers Pangu presented their Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 devices which is untethered and proved to work for a lot of users with the iPhone 5S, 5c, 5, 4S and 4. There is one little trick though that you can do to make everything work better. You need to remove PPSync from your gadget. We’ll explain what this is and how to delete it.

The new jailbreak is in Chinese and it has some strange checkbox on the same screen where you see the black jailbreak button. As some experts believe, this checkbox can harm you. Besides, if you forget to uncheck it, it will install the store with pirated applications on your iPhone or iPad.

PPSyng remove is advised to users who wish to avoid any bugs and problems. As noted by angelXwind developer, you should not check the box during jailbreak. Otherwise, you will install the PPSync which is similar to AppSync but is in Chinese. If you have checked the weird box following untethered iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak guide, you should take these steps to fix everything.

How to Remove PPSync from a Jailbroken iOS 7.1.1 iDevice

Step 1. Go to Manage tab to add the new repo to Cydia. Select Sources – Edit and click Add to add a the new repository.

Step 2. Download from the jailbreak store and install it on your gadget.

Step 3. You can now open Settings and go to General – Profiles to delete PPStore from your Cydia app store. You will see the 25pp profile. If you don’t have it, don’t worry, continue with this instruction.

Step 4. Uninstall Complete PPSync Remover restores/Library/LaunchDaemons/ and enjoy staying safe and jailbroken on iOS 7.1.1 with Pangu.


How to use Siri on iPhone 5S with Typing and not Talking

You can always type to Siri instead of talk on your iPhone 5S and other models / iDevices. This program understands a lot of commands and knows answers to different questions. There is no need to jailbreak iPhone. Sometimes, of course, it might misunderstand you. It can happen when you are typing or talking but anyway there is a way how you can adjust the query and clear it up to this app.

It is easy to use Siri by typing. Users can edit their texts and help Siri respond correctly. These are things to type into Siri when you wish to edit your question or command. You can type them from any Apple smartphone or tablet that supports Siri.

Step 1. Open Siri. To do this, just click and hold your Home button.

Step 2. Speak your request and scroll up to see it. It should be on your display.
Step 3. Click on this text and you will be able to edit what you have spoken.
Step 4. You can now apply changes.
Step 5. Once you have finished editing the request click on Done [this option is located in the low right corner of your keyboard].
Step 6. Allow Siri re-process the command and answer it.
You can use Siri on iPhone 5S / 5c / 5 using this method. It is handy when you have to use a name place or titles that can be misunderstood until you edit them manually.

FaceTime Fix iOS 7.0.4 Solution Found by Apple

FaceTime issues have been noticed by Apple. Users have been complaining about FaceTime problems for a while, especially customers with iOS 6 iPhones and other gadgets with this operating system version. Even iOS 7.0.4 FaceTime fix wasn’t available and the issue with iOS 7 existed and still exist.

Apple presented a document where it details the problem and tells how iOS 6 iPhone and iPad owners can act to fix it. The company believes that this issue occurs because of the expired certificate on your iDevices. Once it renders the FaceTime option as unusable you cannot use it any more. Some previous versions of iOS firmware have faced this problem.


FaceTime Fix for iOS 6

If you are still using iOS 6 on your iPhone 5S / 5c / 4 / 5 / 4S and cannot receive and make calls via FaceTime, you are advised to install iOS 7. Don’t worry. Apple doesn’t say that users with the bug must update to the iOS 7.1 or 7.1.1 to fix it. Updating to iOS 7.0.4 and 7.0.6 allows jailbreaking your iPhone if this is what you want to do.

If your iPod or iPhone is not supported by iOS 7 you need to install iOS 6.1.6, according to Apple. This should help to solve the problem with FaceTime.

iOS 7.0.4 FaceTime Fix

A lot of devices certificates expired on April 16 this year making their owners unable to make FaceTime calls. Update to the newer firmware version and the problem will be gone. The problem does not affect users who have installed iOS 6.1.6, iOS 7.0.4 and newer versions of Apple mobile operating system.