Apple seeded iOS 10.3.2 to everyone.
The new version of iOS is finally available for everyone with supported iPhones or iPads. Apple yesterday rolled out version number 10.3.2 to the general public, more than a month after the major 10.3 release.
iOS 10.3.2 brings many bug and security fixes, which should be improving the overall performance of the devices. The update is rolling out as an OTA update, but it can also be installed manually via iTunes on a PC or Mac.
There are no visible changes in this release, as it was primarily focused on under the hood fixes and security improvements.
Meanwhile, Apple is already working on the next major update for iOS – version 11, which should be revealed in details at the WWDC 2017 conference in California. However, the current iOS 10 should receive at least a couple of more updates before Apple releases iOS 11 to the public in late 2017.
Have you installed iOS 10.3.2 and what are your thoughts about it?