Last Monday, Apple came out with an announcement of iOS 10.3.2 offering new updates for iPhones and iPads. The updates are basically covering iOS 10.3 and the subsequent iOS 10.3.1. The first update was aiming to ensure security of iOS 10.3 against the risk of attack sent via Wi-Fi.
What is new in iOS 10.3.2?
The final version of iOs has been released focusing on bug fixes, security improvements and performance enhancements. iOS 10.3.2 removes two bugs in iBooks that allow a malicious book to open websites without permission. There was a very similar bug in Safari. With this update, this is also corrected.
With iOS 10.3.2, the bug causing some applications to gain root privileges has been fixed. Also, in previous versions of iOS, there were errors that caused some applications to gain access to core privileges and corrupt memory usage. A malicious SQL query also caused memory usage problems. Security is everything in our private iPhones, also especially when it is an iPhone memory can be counted at the top of the list to improve. Everybody might have problems with an iPhone. However, Apple is taking the control to remove this problem. And good news, Apple-lovers! These errors have been corrected by iOS 10.3.2.
IOS’s notifications feature caused some services to be rejected. Apple has also fixed this problem with the update. IOS 10.3.2 also removes the issue of certificate validation for untrusted certificates. Along with these, 23 errors reported to developers by developers have been reported to have been fixed with an update.
After the first update, we can say the second one is not a huge update. This slight changes might be an signal of upcoming bigger updates. Actually, rumors giving an indication of iOS 11 are spreading pretty fast.
If we ask what makes Apple Apple, we may have many answers. One of them is that Apple really cares about their customers’ satisfaction and knows how to be a love-brand by functional features.