Apple Stopped Signing to iOS 9.3.1


Apple has finally stopped signing to iOS 9.3.1, making iOS 9.3.2 install the current available options to iPhone, iPad or your iPod touch.  So you are no longer possible to downgrade from iOS 9.3.2 and restoring attempts will force you to download and install iOS 9.3.2 latest.


No more Signing to iOS 9.3.1

iOS 9.3.1 came at the end of March very close to iOS 9.3, with fixes to its buggy conditions, and  iOS 9.3.2 was released on 16th of May. In that way downgrade possibilities to iOS 9.3.1 were open for the user for a considerable time than usual week or maximum two. What could be the reason, yes, as you guessed 9.7 inch iPad Pro bricking issue came to discussion after iOS 9.3.2 install is one of the key facts.

iOS 9.3.2 came with a considerable fixes implementation to iOS platform which was a happy iOS release for iOS community except 9.7 inch iPad Pro users, as installing the latest iOS 9.3.2 has caused the specific device models to remain bricked. This could be one of the key reasons for Apple’s delay in closing the signing to iOS 9.3.1, as downgrading to iOS 9.3.1 was an option for users if you were not happy with latest iOS 9.3.2. Fortunately the problem was only to 9.7 inch iPad Pro members.


With entering to the June, Apple brought solutions for this matter with an iOS 9.3.2 updated version announcement, including a support document specially to fix the error. As iOS 9.3.2 is confirmed to be safe on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch Apple has now decided to stop signing iOS 9.3.1 making downgrading from iOS 9.3.2 impossible. At the moment iOS 9.3.2 is the only option for those who looking to upgrade your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and there is no reason to look back for iOS 9.3.1 as iOS 9.3.2 better to have on your iDevice.

How it impacts on Jailbreakers?

Upgrading to latest iOS versions is good for none jailbreakers as latest iOS versions can improve the functionality of your iDevice. But how it impacts on jailbreakers?

Jailbreakers cannot upgrade to latest iOS versions simply as none jailbreakers do, as upgrading to a new version will destroy jailbreak if exists. In that way those who are on iOS 9.1 jailbreak or previous should not upgrade to iOS 9.3.2 if you willing to keep your device’s jailbreak status. But if your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running on iOS 9.2 or later, upgrading to iOS 9.3.2 is worth, as jailbreak is missing from iOS 9.2 to above.

As to the rumors next jailbreak is largely expected on iOS 9.3 to iOS 9.3.2, in that way those who are on iOS 9.2 to above will get a solution to jailbreak in near times if you upgrade to iOS 9.3.2. Every iOS update comes with security enhancements and fixes to make your iOS experience stable than before, if you are a none jailbreaker installing iOS 9.3.2 will absolutely worth as it comes with significant fixes implementation to iOS 9 platform.

When Cydia Install will be possible on iOS 9.3.2?


With the facts revealed so far iOS 9.3 to iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak is possible, Luca Todesco’s proofs are highly concerned there. As to him iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak and Cydia install is possible like his earlier experiments with iOS 9.3. So only thing is to wait until Pangu or any other jailbreak developer come with an official tool as Luca is not ready for a tool release. Currently if you are not with a jailbreak, upgrade to iOS 9.3.2 to get more stable iOS experience as well as keeping hopes on an approaching jailbreak release.

iOS 9.3.2 updated version for 9.7 inch iPad Pro


On 2nd of June Apple has once again renewed the crowd by releasing an iOS 9.3.2 updated version in addition to original iOS 9.3.2 announcement made recently. This has come as Apple’s solution for 9.7 inch iPad Pro brick problem after installing iOS 9.3.2.


“Error 56” with iPad Pro 9.7 inch model

iOS 9.3.2 was announced on May 16 with a considerable fixes implementation to make iOS more stable, but unexpectedly there were few complaints on the update among a large number of good comments with iOS 9.3.2 smooth installation and functioning, that is iPad Pro brick problem after installing iOS 9.3.2. There were only a few complaints about this “Error 56”, but Apple has promised, to work on a possible fix very soon. As said Apple has recently released iOS 9.3.2 updated version especially to address 9.7 inch iPad Pro model brick problem with an error saying “Error 56”.


iOS 9.3.2 Again

As to the release note, iOS 9.3.2 new version come addressing this iPad Pro brick problem, those who were liked but worried iOS 9.3.2 on 9.7 iPad Pro now has a reliable solution with the same update. The new iOS 9.3.2 version comes in build 13F72.

Installing iOS 9.3.2 on iPad Pro


The new version is now available to download over-the-air on any 9.7 inch iPad Pro, including which prevented earlier of  getting iOS 9.3.2 with the original announcement. If you do not receive the update over the air, you can try getting it also through iTunes manually.

iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 has also released to the public in few days back, but it was not allowed iPad Pro 9.7 inch users to install. This might have applied until Apple solve the issue with iPad pro bricking, in that way the next beta release of iOS 9.3.3 may surely announce to all iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch users, including iPad Pro 9.7 inch model.

As promised Apple has answered the issue in a trusted way with the same iOS version. Most expected iOS 9.3.3 to release soon addressing this issue, but Apple has managed to renew the same iOS update with specific changes. Earlier this “Error 56” was supposed to be a hardware problem, but to iPad Pro 9.7 inch models it has occurred after installing iOS 9.3.2. Even though there were only a little number of complaints on this dreadful matter, Apple did not mistake the crowd, and finally iOS 9.3.2 once again came in an improved, bug-free frame to cater all iDevices including 9.7 inch iPad Pro. If you need more support for this “Error 56” in iPad Pro models when updating to iOS 9.3.2 from iOS earlier versions, you will have to take a look on Apple’s Support document published specifically to address this brick problem. For more all expected issues and related solutions can be cover with this Apple’s support document related to iPad Pro 9.7 inch model.