Apple releases mobile software update, but not the iOS 10 yet
The release of the iOS 10 software has already been slated for next month but just before that one begins to roll out, the software developer has rolled out a new iOS 9 update to its users and this one is believed to be the final one before the big 10 lands.
The update comes with a build of iOS 9.3.4 and it is currently available to all iPhones and iPad models that are compatible with it. On closer observation, it can be noted that the current one is just a security update for the Apple devices and in a way, they might even be preparing your smartphones for the iOS 10 next month.
While no notable features are to be expected with this one, the update surely addresses one major issue facing the Apple devices and this is the issue of memory corruption which the update has fixed with improved methods of handling the device memory. Apple has given credits to Team Pangu, an alliance of jailbreakers, for bringing this problem to their attention.
You should note that this update breaks the current jailbreak on the iOS 9 so if you have a jailbroken device and you are not too big on security, kindly let this one slide.
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