2017 iOS 10.3.2 Latest Update: iOS 10.3.2 Final Version Is Faster Compared To iOS 10.3.1 On Older Devices
Apple iOS 10.3.2 final version is now out and new reports are suggesting that it is faster when compared to iOS 10.3.1 when it replaces running on older devices. Here are the details.
Is iOS 10.3.2 Final Version Faster Compared To iOS 10.3.1?
Apple has officially released iOS 10.3.2 to the public, which means that it will be installed on millions of iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch hardware all around the globe. Some users will instantly move across just to be one the latest version of the platform, whereas others will only move across if that release offers tangible improvements.
According to Redmondpie, the latest public release performs slightly better on a cold boot-up on iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 6. However, rather bizarrely, it's actually iOS 10.3.1 which manages to boot up quicker on Apple's iPhone 6s.
The improvement is also extremely marginal which means owners of those devices aren't exactly going to be blown away by the improvements. Still, improvement is an improvement even no matter how small it is.
All-in-all, anyone upgrading from iOS 10.3.1 to iOS 10.3.2 can expect to receive a largely similar experience. There's no real stand-out improvement boost, which in all honesty we'd expect from a minor point release.
iOS 10.3.2 Comes With Multiple Bug Fixes and Security Updates
The OS 10.3.2 is a free over-the-air update available to all users with a compatible device. It can also be downloaded and installed on iOS devices using iTunes on a Mac or PC, according to Mac Rumors.
There were no outward-facing changes or new features discovered during the beta testing process, aside from a small fix for SiriKit car commands, which are now working as intended. It also appears iOS 10.3.2 focuses primarily on bug fixes, security enhancements, and other minor operating system improvements.
iOS 10 will soon be followed by iOS 11, which we will see introduced at Apple's June Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California. Fans still have several months to go until iOS 11 is released to the public, so there are likely to be continued iOS 10 updates.
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