It was assumed that with the arrival of iOS 9.3.2 were to fix several bugs, implement new improvements and make some optimizations, but Apple seems to be a bit away from that because with each new update iOS, new problems arise.
The latest version of iOS has several drawbacks and users are somewhat unhappy with the new problems that brings iOS 9.3.2.
There are people who say they have problems with the Bluetooth with the new version of IOS, others complain that the battery will be exhausted very quickly and that the device freezes randomly. This is very serious, because with each update of iOS, the situation does not improve. Apple really needs to do a better job with iOS and hope to see something better in the next Worldwide Developers Conference to be held in San Francisco from 13 to 17 June.
The problems that happen with Bluetooth for now are not as severe, but still, do not stop being annoying. But what really makes people worry with this update of iOS, is the possibility of leaving unutilized their devices.
A user has reported that its tablet with iOS 9.3.2 is stuck in a loop where it says it has to be connected to iTunes, leaving virtually unusable iPad. Apple has recognized this problem and released a statement.
According to Apple, there are only a small number of users of iPhone, iPad and iPod that have experienced these problems by upgrading to iOS 9.3.2. Hopefully, the technology company will solve all these issues in a prompt update of iOS 9.
For now, and the first beta of iOS 9.3.3 was released to testers who have subscribed to the program Apple beta testing and is looking forward to this new version have solved the main problems that left unusable tablets .