The 9.7-inch iPad Pro tablets are still having issues with the new operating system. Apple updates to a new version of its OS in order to make improvements to its functionality on these type of tablets, but some users say that the changes are not exactly what they had expected them to be.
Apple updates its system to fix the bug experienced in the iOS 9.3 version, bug named „Error 56”. But instead of having a smooth ride on their tables, users now just randomly receive another message that asks them to connect to iTunes.
The company said that the number of error reports is limited, and the error appears when updating to the new software. This problem is strictly related to the 9.7-inch iPad Pro tablet. The larger 12.9-inch tablets do not face any issues while making the upgrade.
The new iOS 9.3 operating system was launched by Apple a couple of months ago. Now, Apple updates its software periodically in order to address problems related to its older gadgets, which do not accept the new version of the software easily.
Not only 9.7-inch tablet users experienced the error, but also those who owned an iPhone 5 or an iPad Air device. The new software was rejected by all older Apple devices. Users continuously report activation problems when updating to iOS 9.3.
At this point, users of small tablets have restricted access to software updates. The operating system that shows on their software update section is still iOS 9.3.1.
Following this incident, Apple decided to stop the automatic update until adequate versions would be available. As the work for a solution began very quickly after the first issues had been reported, the fixing process did not suffer a great delay.
As Apple updates were not followed by any official statement regarding its functioning, it is fairly possible that the company will soon work for a new version for the tablets that did not behave correctly to the new operating system.
Apple updates its iOS 9.3 periodically after the first release showed multiple devices that were not accepting the new software. Up until now, the company had to work on two different versions. As the issues do not seem to have been solved for older devices, a third version may soon be expected.
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