• iPhone SEs Bluetooth Issues Fixed in iOS 9.3.2

    It looks as if Apple has fixed the Bluetooth issues that iPhone SE users were experiencing with 9.3.2. Apple's new 4-inch iPhone has complained about facing audio issues with Bluetooth audio when the handset was connected to their vehicle's infotainment system or a Bluetooth headset as we have explained before.

    The issue also seemed to affect all sound related activities, including streaming music and GPS voice navigation. With the iOS 9.3.2 update, Apple is finally fixing this issue more than a month after the handset first went on sale and early adopters started complaining about the issue.

    Beside fixing the Bluetooth issues, iOS 9.3.2 only brings about some minor changes and bug fixes. It also enables the use of Night Shift along with the Low Power mode, something that was possible in early iOS 9.3 betas but was removed by Apple in the final release of the OS.

    The rollout of iOS 9.3.2 has not been a smooth sailing for Apple, with many 9.7-inch iPad Pro users complaining about their tablets bricking and showing an Error 56 message after installing the update.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iPhone SEs Bluetooth Issues Fixed in iOS 9.3.2 started by Caiden Spencer View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. SpiderManAPV's Avatar
      SpiderManAPV -
      They fixed it without an update? Interesting
    1. Purple Minion's Avatar
      Purple Minion -
      Quote Originally Posted by SpiderManAPV View Post
      They fixed it without an update? Interesting
      Yes it is. They've done this before, too.
      Obviously they did update it, but without issuing a new release number.
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