Apple Rolled Out iOS 10.3.2 for Its Devices
If you own an Apple device, then you might know that iOS 10.3.1 launched not too long ago. In fact, it’s only been about a month and a half since Apple sent out the newest update to their in-house operating system out to all the devices that could handle it. And now, another update for the iOS 10 has arrived in the form of the iOS 10.3.2. The update is available on iPhones, iPads and iPods Touch worldwide.
If you remember iOS 10.3.1, then you also remember that it wasn’t anything special. And by all means, iOS 10.3.2 doesn’t seem that much different. However, it is. The newest update to Apple’s operating system brings important security fixes for all their flagship devices. In fact, the new 10.3.2 version of iOS fixes over 25 critical issues across their three famous device lines, the iPad, the iPhone and the iPod. It’s always good to see Apple not forget about the iPod, seeing as the device no longer receives as much love as it used to in its heyday.
iOS 11 Rumors
However, the iOS 10.3.2 doesn’t seem to change much else except device security levels. And there might be a really good reason for that. As all Apple fans know, the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) is approaching soon. The conference will begin on June 5th with a very important keynote speech by Apple, and rumors of what it might reveal are already rampant all across forums and tech news websites.
And seeing as how Apple doesn’t seem to change much about iOS 10 nowadays, many are speculating that iOS 11 is coming, and it will be revealed very soon with the occasion of WWDC. We sure do hope that’s the case, and we can’t wait what Apple have in store for us.