The much awaited re-release of iOS 9.3.2 was recently rolled out by Apple, following an initial release that was plagued with issues. The new version of the software fixed the issue that caused devices, especially the new iPad Pro 9.7, to become bricked following the download of the update.
The new update can now be downloaded via the Software Update app of the device. The new version is available not only for the iPad Pro 9.7, but for all Apple devices including iPhones and other variants of iPads, as there were a number of bugs discovered on these device after the initial release.
For users who had their iPad Pro 9.7 bricked by the update, the new version of the software needs to be downloaded from a computer. The device must be connected through a USB, and the update can be applied from there.
Users who were lucky enough to have downloaded the initial update can download the new one the usual way.
One of the most noted problems with the original version of the iOS 9.3.2 was that it rendered a lot of new iPad 9Pro 9.7s useless. After the application of the update, lagging, slower performance, or bricking were reported.
The iOS 9.3.2, unlike most updates, did not come with a lot of new features. Instead, the new version of the software focused on improving security and introducing a number of new security measures for Apple iOS devices. It also fixed a number of UI and app-specific bugs found on the previous version of the software.