Since the release of iOS 9.3.2 earlier this week, many have been 9.7-inch iPad Pro users who have found themselves in serious trouble after upgrading to the latest iOS version. The main problem that has emerged is an error 56 in iTunes, which basically prevented the iPad from being used correctly.
After many complaints received by Apple’s iOS department, they have decided to withdraw this update . This means that all 9.7-inch iPad Pro that have not been updated so far will not be able to do so either because the update is no longer available. This comes after a statement from Apple yesterday in which it acknowledged that the latest version was causing problems for some users.
The error basically caused if a user updated their 9.7-inch iPad Pro via OTA (Over the Air) the device would reboot and ask for the connection to iTunes via the Lightning cable icon. This screen would remain permanently and completely disable the iPad. Obviously restoring the iPad is not the solution, since neither permissions are available nor documents are saved if there is no backup.
This error 56 in iTunes completely disabled the 9.7-inch iPad Pro
In any case, we hope that Apple will soon release a new update specifically for these users and that it will allow them to fix the problem. In the same way that those who haven’t experienced the problem can update quietly with a fixed version of iOS 9.3.2
If you have a 9.7-inch iPad Pro and you find yourself in this situation, the best thing you can do is wait for Apple to offer a solution. If you have any other iOS device and have not yet upgraded to iOS 9.3.2 , you should do so without any problems , and the problem should not appear in other products.