During the keynote held on Monday of this week where Apple introduced the iPhone SE, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro and the new Apple Watch straps it also released the new iOS 9 update , version 9.3.
But some users with older branded devices reported some problems when updating , with second generation iPad users apparently being the most affected.
As reported by these users the problem would occur when trying to activate and authenticate the update with Apple’s servers , as the process is paused by an error message that does not allow the complete and successful installation of the new update.
Although the apple company yesterday confirmed that some pre-Iphone 5S and iPad Air devices were not capable of being updated, today it has already released a new version of iOS 9.3 for those affected . The new build of iOS 9.3 for iPad 2 released by Apple is 13E236, while the version released this week is 13E234 for the iPhone and 13E233 for the iPad.
Presumably this new version does not change any features of the devices, it simply corrects the above-mentioned error .
If any of you are affected by this bug you can update your iPad by connecting it to your computer and updating it via iTunes . If you can use your iPad without any problems, you can do so by updating the software in your device settings.
We remind you that this new iteration of iOS brings as new features the option to use warmer colors on the screen to not damage or tire the view when using the screen , as well as protect the notes with Touch ID.