The recent iOS 10.3.2 update is a 200 MB (if you currently have 10.3.1) maintenance fix. The intent is to fix operating system bugs and add security. It is a good idea to push this to all of your iDevices as some apps may stop working if it is not done. Here’s how to do it.
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This is recommended ANYTIME an update is performed. This will allow you to recover apps and data if something happens during or after the update.
– Tap Settings -> the User Banner -> iCloud -> iCloud Backup
– Tap Back Up Now to initiate the backup process
If you’ve never done this before this may take a while as all of your device data has to be uploaded into the cloud.
Since this update is relatively small, using Wi-Fi or cell data is the quickest and simplest way to update your device.
– Tap Settings -> General – Software Update
– Tap on Download and Install
– Agree to the Terms and Conditions twice to begin the install
Give the system a bit of time to begin the download as it is determining what version iOS your device. This will determine the size of the download and may take a while if you haven’t updated the device in a while.
Sometimes the updates just won’t begin properly on Wi-Fi or via cell data. If that is the case, use iTunes to update your device.
– Connect your device to your PC that is running iTunes
– Be certain that iTunes is updated as well (when it is started, it will notify you if it needs to be updated)
– Once iTunes is launched, click on the device you want to update
– Click on Check For Update
– Click on Download and Update and agree to the Terms and Conditions to begin the update
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