4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 9.3.2

Don’t Install iOS 9.3.2 If You’re Unprepared

Don't Install iOS 9.3.2 If You're Unprepared

Don’t install the iOS 9.3.2 update until you’ve prepared for the iOS 9.3.2 update. It’s as simple as that. 

It’s impossible to predict what kind of trouble the iOS 9.3.2 update will bring to your device. And that’s precisely why you’ll want to be careful with it.

At the very least, you’ll want to ensure that you make a backup of your phone/tablet’s data. That way, if something goes wrong, you can easily recover your missing files.

Don’t Install If You Want to Keep Your Jailbreak

Don't Install If You Want to Keep Your Jailbreak

There is a fake iOS 9.3 jailbreak floating around but there still isn’t an official iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak available to the public. Not yet at least. If you want to jailbreak iOS 9, you must be on iOS 9.1, iOS 9.0.2, iOS 9.0.1, or iOS 9.0.

If you upgrade to iOS 9.3.2, you’ll lose your jailbreak and you’ll be stuck waiting for developers to release a public iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak. It could be a few hours from now, it could be a few weeks. We simply don’t know at this juncture.

For the moment, you’ll want to stay put. We should see some new details emerge soon so be on the look out as we push deeper into May.

Don’t Install If You’re Worried About Problems

Don't Install If You're Worried About Problems

If you’re having an excellent experience on iOS 9.3 or below and iOS 9.3.2 fails to pique your interest, you might want to hold off for a few days while we get a clearer picture regarding iOS 9.3.2 problems.

iOS 9.3.2 users are already complaining about battery drain, Wi-Fi issues, problems with Bluetooth, activation issues, major iPad Pro problems, problems with certain applications, installation problems, and more. We expect the list to grow as we move away from the release date.

If you’re feeling comfortable with your current version of iOS you can sit back and wait for more iOS 9.3.2 feedback and potential fixes to arrive.

Remember, there is no way to downgrade to anything older than iOS 9.3.1 once you make the move. Once you download and install iOS 9.3.2 you’re stuck there until Apple releases its next iOS 9 update to the general public.

Don’t Install If You’re Traveling

Don't Install If You're Traveling

If you’re about to hit the road on a trip or if you’re in the midst of traveling, we strongly recommend putting off an iOS 9.3.2 install until you’re back at home base.

Over the years, we’ve talked to a number of people stranded without their device or their important apps, files and services because they updated to a new version right before leaving or during the trip itself.

If you are traveling away from your comfort zone and your device’s backups, it’s a good idea to wait to do this upgrade until you get back to your base of operations. If that’s the hotel, so be it.

It’s probably not worth putting a personal trip, a business meeting or an important business trip in jeopardy to get iOS 9.3.2 and its features on board your phone or tablet today. It can wait.