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.
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.
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 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 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].
The new 9.7-inch iPad Pro problems don’t want to disappear. Apple released iOS 9.3.2 update [you can download iOS 9.3.2 ipsw through direct links for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch] and this operating system was meant to fix all the previous bugs. Still the number of problems keeps growing.
If your iPad Pro crashes iOS 9.3.2 update hasn’t fixed anything. You are not the only person who is affected by the bug. A number of people get the same issue and it mostly affects 9.7-inch iPad Pro model.
Is there anything you can do with iPad Pro crashing over and over again? This happens unexpectedly. If you are bothered by the issue you can downgrade iOS 9.3.2 back to 9.3.1 version while it is still possible. Soon Apple will stop signing the previous firmware version and you will be stuck with your problems.
Of course, Apple is looking for the bug fix however it will take time to find the solution and present minor firmware update. Surely, iOS 9.3.1 version also causes the issue to a number of users so it’s hard to say if it is better to stay on iOS 9.3.2 or return back to 9.3.1.
Here is what you can try if your iPad Pro starts to reboot unexpectedly on any of the mobile firmware versions. Try to press both Home and Power buttons to help restart the tablet device that cannot reboot correctly.
Some people note that the reason for such updates is because of Safari browser. Still it’s hard to say what exactly causes the bug.
A lot of iPhone users like to watch YouTube and often prefer leaving music playing in the background [learn more about YouTube Picture in Picture iOS 9 mode]. It is possible to stream YouTube audio on iPhone without ads? Everything is possible if you know some simple tips and tricks. This is easy to do and you’ll enjoy your favorite music on-the-go.
Here is how to leave YouTube playing on iPhone and make audio ad-free. You can surely stream videos however this eats up you iOS 9 battery life much faster if you choose audio only. There is a cool application called VOX. It is mostly available at $3.99 however don’t hurry to pay for it and this program is often offered for free. So take a chance and download it at no cost when there is a deal.
Thanks to VOX you can stream YouTube songs in the background on your iPhone or iPad [jailbroken user can take a look at ProTube 2 Cydia tweak for music streaming]. This program has vertical swipe gestures support. Just swipe down when you need to do anything. Add YouTube songs to VOS library – home screen – by swiping left to see Add to Library option.
You can play your songs or YouTube music on iPhone. Having songs in the background is nice if you don’t use iTunes on-the-go. It is impossible to download songs if you are offline. You can plays songs from both YouTube and SoundCloud.
Search iTunes or App Store for free VOX application for iPhone [right now it is available to download free of charge] and enjoy listening to multiple songs and tunes right from YouTube.
It looks like we will see no iPad Air 3 this year. Apple was believed to update its iPad Air to new version in 2016 however its plans might change. Customers were waiting for new iPad Air model in 2015 and the ‘fruit’ giant presented iPad Pro instead.
This year the company could release 9.7 inch iPad Pro and offer no iPad Air 3 upgrade. When rumors pointed to iPad Air 3 launch – there were reports about the new device coming out in the end of March. Now the release seems to offer a different tablet.
If the ‘fruit’ giant really brings 9.7 inch iPad Pro it could get improved features and new options. The current iPad Pro model can use Apple Pencil as stylus and navigate with its help. The ‘fruit’ company is expected to release iPad mini 4, new iPad Pro or iPad Air 3, iPhone 7 and smaller 4-inch iPhone version and other upgrades.
It is also believed Apple would bring iPhone 5se or iPhone SE this spring and release iPhone 7 later in 2016. This could be the first year when the Cupertino company launches two different smartphones within the same year.
Unnamed sources promise 9.7-inch iPad Pro and talk about 12.9-inch version as well. The iPhone maker might unveil the tablet on March 15th, 18th or 22nd. There are several dates rumored and there is no official confirmation from Apple so customers can only wait for more details about new ‘fruit’ 2016 gadgets.
The iPad Pro update could get A9X processor, 4 speakers, better RAM and other useful features.
Users found a way how to bring 3D Touch on iPad Pro [here is what to do if your new iPad Pro stops responding]. You’ll have to use the Apple Pencil accessory. Would you have to jailbreak? The original 3D Touch is introduced on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus this fall. Users find it useful but unfortunately the feature is not available on other gadgets unless you jailbreak them and find tweaks that offer similar experience.
iPad Pro 3D Touch possibility is found by Hamza Sood. This well-known developer answers the question ‘how to add 3d touch to iPad without jailbreak.’ If you are using iPad Pro which is the most recent tablet device released in November – there is no need to use Apple Pencil and make 3D Touch alive unless you jailbreak.
Sood performed iOS 9 jailbreak and managed to somehow link the software with Apple Pencil pressure. This way he was able to manipulate the pressure and get similar responses to 3D Touch. If you are jailbroken but have no Pencil – you won’t be able to awoke the 3D Touch option. It only comes alive thanks to the sensors included into Apple Pencil that can distinguish between sketching, painting, writing etc.
The trick is nice but it’s not available to public. Could Apple offer 3D Touch to the next iPad Pro? Would it upgrade other gadgets to offer the same thing iPhone 6s offers? Millions of customers would be happy to buy a new device if it comes with some great and popular options. Still most features users really enjoy getting are possible to install through jailbreaking and it is impossible to jailbreak iOS 9.1. Only earlier firmware versions can be jailbroken at the moment.
Is your iPad Pro unresponsive? It happens to some users who already got the newest tablet Apple released last week. According to new owners, their device often becomes unresponsive [here is how to order your new iPad Pro model]. It happens mostly after charging. Can you fix the bug?
The new 12.9-inch device that is available in several colors and boast the powerful processor is currently the biggest tablet device released by Apple. Of course, the charging is part of everyday use and it is a problem when each charging results in your iPad Pro not responding to you.
Exploring all the fun features you get with the iPad Pro is nice however you will be upset the first time your tablet stops responding [no matter what color iPad Pro you choose or capacity you have]. When this would happen again and again after each charge you will probably get frustrated. We don’t know why the issue takes place but the fact it – the device stops responding after charging. Of course, you can fix the problem on your own but you will not be too happy to fix it each time the issue occurs. Right?
Frozen iPad Pro is of no use unless you unfreeze it. ‘Lucky’ owners of the buggy devices say that if your tablet doesn’t want to wake up or respond after it is charged – you can hard restart the iDevice that the issue will be gone. There should be no issues with the full battery life after charge, it isn’t gone. However Apple has to do something with the iOS 9 problem and offer the fix as the number of iPad Pro customers is growing every day.
It’s not nice to carry the ‘dead’ iPad Pro with you. Charge it and hard restart if the gadget stops responding afterwards. You might also want to contact Apple just in case. The company surely knows about the bug and suggests users could either hard reset the device or restore it to factory settings. Is this the hardward or software bug? No information from Apple yet.