iOS 9.1 is the latest iOS 9 firmware version that can be jailbroken with Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.1. All iPhones and iPads that are running iOS 9.2 and newer Apple mobile operating systems are currently non-jailbreakable and this is the reason why users could be afraid to install new tweaks. Any bad tweak can cause iPhone restore to iOS 9.3.2 that cannot be untethered at the moment. Luckily new iOS 9.1 semi restore tool is officially released.
What is SemiRestore? This is a well-known program created by CoolStar dev specifically for jailbroken gadgets. Using semi restore iOS 9.1 program you get a chance of successfully and painlessly restoring a jailbroken iPhone and your jailbreak will remain active. It’s an awesome solution when you are still running older firmware and are jailbroken while newer firmware versions cannot be untethered.
The SemiRestore program supports all jailbroken mobile firmwares starting from iOS 5 and up to iOS 9.1 [including this version]. You can restore iOS 9.1 without losing jailbreak when you face reboot loop program, get a buggy tweak or coming across another program that wishes to force restore your iPhone to the most recent public Apple firmware version [which is iOS 9.3.2 release now].
When you choose to semi restore all your tweaks will be removed and thus no bad tweak can harm your jailbroken iPhone. To use SemiRestore you should install OpenSSH on the iDevice [learn how to change root password on iPhone to prevent third-party users and companies from accessing handset remotely].
iOS 9.1 semi restore option is supported by Windows PCs only. The Mac version hasn’t been released yet.
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.
Apple presented buggy iOS 9.3.2 not too long ago. Now the company is testing the next iOS 9.3.3 firmware version that is meant to fix iPhone, iPad and iPod touch issues and problems. Meanwhile users keep waiting for more opportunities to enjoy 9.3.2 version more and this is what iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak could offer.
There are different types of jailbreaks. Some are programs you have to download and install on your computer. Others are browser based solutions. The most recent jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 news mention Safari based program.
Maybe you remember simple and easy-to-use Comex JailbreakMe program… This is what could be presented for 9.3.2 platform. If this becomes real you can launch Safari browser and perform jailbreaking process with its help. This is very quickly simple and fast.
One hacker form Italy [his names is Luca Todesco] demoed his iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak through mobile Safari browser. This is really curious and makes millions of users hope to see the public version of this tool by qwertyoruiop [Todesco’s nickname].
We have doubts that Todesco presents this iOS 9.3.2 mobile browser-based jailbreak to public. Still if he is capable of untethering or tethering iPhone running the latest public iOS firmware version – Chinese hackers Pangu or TaiG might be able to find exploits and create real working option.
Right now you can only jailbreak iOS 9 devices including version iOS 9.1. All later releases are not publicly jailbreakable.
Would you like to compare iOS 9.3.3 vs iOS 9.3.2? Apple released the new iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 for developers and public beta testers and they are now peering inside this update. Users, on their side, are in hopes to see bug fixes and solutions to all the problems brought with iOS 9.3.2 public launch.
If you look at iOS 9.3.3 vs 9.3.2 [you might still be able to downgrade 9.3.2 to 9.3.1 firmware] and perform speed test you will know if there are any changes, improvements or enhancements in this upcoming operating system version. It’s curious that 9.3.3 version was presented only about two weeks after 9.3.2 presentation. This system became very problematic for 9.7-inch iPad Pro users. Their tablet got bricked and they experienced many other unpleasant things.
The iOS 9.3.3 beta speed test was performed on iPhone 5. The same was done with 9.3.2 operating system version. You can see the difference between the two firmware versions. Thus iOS 9.3.3 boots a bit quicker than 9.3.2 on iPhone 5. Of course, this doesn’t mean that the public operating system would perform faster on all current Apple smartphones.
Hopefully the company will bring all the improvements to the final 9.3.3. Who wouldn’t be glad if webpages load quicker? Wouldn’t it be nice if everything works faster? We’ll see second, third and maybe fourth betas following soon. In early June everyone will see the next iOS 10 beta that will be tested during the summertime.
Apple released iOS 9.3.3 betas to developers and now lets public beta testers download iOS 9.3.3 beta to their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This version of mobile operating system should possibly fix the problems with iOS 9.3.2.
In case you haven’t updated to iOS 9.3.2 release and haven’t time to explore its features you should know that many 9.7-inch iPad Pro users experience issues with this firmware. Most Apple fans hope that the next update will fix this.
Public iOS 9.3.3 beta arrives right after this version was introduced to registered developers. Now both devs and ordinary iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users who registered in the official free Public Beta Program can test the update and see what changes to be offered soon.
It’s curious to know when the Cupertino-based company is planning to release this update. Apple will introduce future iOS 10 this June. The company organizes WWDC 2016 conference every year and this is when it lets users download the first beta of upcoming operating system.
Devs and public testers will be exploring iOS 10 in the summer and ordinary users will see this version launch in the fall just in time when iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus arrive. The two new smartphone models woudn’t get major update this year. There are predictions about big changes coming to iPhone 8 in 2017.
Apple released new firmware update and you can use iOS 9.3.2 download free links to install this latest operating system on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. This is just a minor update with some fixes to known bugs and simple improvements.
Use iOS 9.3.2 download ipsw files to get your firmware version if you don’t like to use OTA-update option. Once you get the ipsw file you can manually install the newest iPhone OS through iTunes. It’s fast and most convenient way to run the most recent Apple firmware.
Apple offers watchOS 2.2.1 download together with iOS 9.3.2 public update for iPhone and other iDevices. All iPhone users who decide to install the latest operating system on their handset can also get the most recent firmware update for their smartwatch.
You can install watchOS 2.2.1 right away and get some fixes to known issues, problems and bug on your wearable. Apple was testing this update for a while. Previous watchOS 2.2 was presented to public nearly two months ago, at the end of March. The current 2.2.1 update is minor just as iOS 9.3.2 which is also not a major upgrade for users.
You can download watchOS 2.2.1 which was tested for a while to avoid possible bugs and issues during public release. Mainly this operating system for Apple Watch focuses on bug fixes and other behind-the-scenes improvements. Users should get slightly improved OS and no major changes.
How to install watchOS 2.2.1 on your Apple Watch [there are rumors about Apple offering new 2016 bands for Apple Watch]? This is extremely easy, simple and fast. But you have to be sure to run iOS 9.3.2 before you decide to update on your wearable. Otherwise you will fail installing the new watchOS.
Take your iPhone and launch the Watch app on it. You need to select General menu and select Software Update. You need to have full battery life on your smartwatch or have it charged while updating.
Apple presented new iOS 9.3.2 which is meant to fix some previous bugs on iPhone and other iDevices. Still it loos like there are new iOS 9.3.2 bugs that cause unpleasant issues for many Apple customers. Some iPad Pro users currently experience error 56 bug.
The iPad Pro brick issue worries some 9.7-inch iPad Pro users. They receive iPad Pro error 56 right after installing iOS 9.3.2 firmware update on their tablet device. There are several similar error reports from the Cupertino-based company’s fans and consumers.
Mostly these are users who have iPad Pro with 9.7-inch screen. They install iOS 9.3.2 just like millions of other people do however their result upsets them because their gadgets become inaccessible. When you have a brick iPad Pro you cannot use it. The brick problem is followed by Error 56 message.
The same notification asks iPad Pro owners to connect to iTunes to continue. However this doesn’t fix the bug. Even if you connet to your computer and launch iTunes your iPad Pro will stay bricked. It is impossible to update or restore the device as the Error 56 causes endless loop problem. iOS 9.3.2 installation surely fails.
According to Apple, the Error 56 is related to hardware problems. The company asks such owners to install the most recent firmware version however it’s the latest iOS that causes this bug. If you try to restore or update to iOS 9.3.2 and get iPad Pro brick you need to contact Apple Support for some help.
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.
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].
iOS users should learn about Apple Touch ID security changes. These are recent changes the company has just added. From now on you should enter your passcode when you wish to unlock iPad / iPhone more often. Here is what changes the ‘fruit’ giant brings.
Right now you enter Apple Touch ID passcode only if your iDevice was restarted, rebooted, switched on, remotely locked through Find My iPhone app or wasn’t unlocked for over 2 days. Besides, you had to enter the password after you tried to unlock with Touch ID for 5 times and failed. All users should also enter the code when they are adding a new fingerprint to the system.
The changes are meant to protect the iPhone. From now on all newest iOS 9.3.2 and other iOS users will be forced to enter Apple Touch ID password if they weren’t using passcode unlock for 6 days or haven’t unlocked your iPhone or other device with Touch ID for the last 8 hours.
These are new rules that could hopefully improve iPhone security. The Touch ID option is using your saved fingerprint to unlock the smartphone screen without any passcode. Still you can no longer use only Touch ID unlock feature as you’ll be forced to provide the password at least once every six day.
By the way, according to Apple this change isn’t new and was added with iOS 9 release. Still officially it is reflected in documents only this May.