Apple has released iOS 9.3.2 with some minor bug fixes and improvements. As it has almost become norms after every update recently, there are quite a few bugs like, rapid battery drain and error 56 which have been reported by several users.

Have you also experienced bugs on your iPhone or iPad after updating to iOS 9.3.2 and are looking for the quick fix? Here we are with some handy solutions to resolve the issues. Let’s have a go at them!

iOS 9.3.2 Bug Fixes

iOS 9.3.2 Bugs and It’s Solutions

iOS 9.3.2 Bricking iPad Pro with Error 56 Message

As per reports, when affected iPad Pro install the latest iOS update and restart, Error 56 appears on the screen, which tells to connect to the iTunes. However, even after connecting to iTunes, the problem remains unsolved. Force reboot of the device doesn’t fix the issue either. According to Apple Support, error 56 is a hardware issue.

Here is what Apple suggests fixing this error message.

#1. Update iTunes.
#2. Update your computer.
#3. Check out your computer security software.
#4. Unplug extra USB devices from your computer.
#5. Restart your computer and device.
#6. Update or restore your device again.

Bluetooth Issue in iOS 9.3.2

We are not surprised to know that Bluetooth issue has cropped up again on the latest iOS update as it’s quite common. There are some tried and tested tricks to fix it.

Reset Network Settings

Settings →  General →  Reset → Reset Network Settings

Reset Network Settings on iPhone in iOS 8Your iPhone will forget the Bluetooth device and you will have to reconnect it again.

Forget the Device

Settings →  Bluetooth →  Tap on the “i” to select the connection→ Forget this Device.

Tap on Forget This Device in iPhone Bluetooth Settings

Reset All Settings

If the problem still persists, then reset all settings.

Settings → General → Reset → Reset All Settings

Reset All Settings on iPhone

Wi-Fi Not Working in iOS 9.3.2

More often than not users encounter Wi-Fi issue after updating their device. Try out these solutions to troubleshoot it easily.

Battery Drain Issue in iOS 9.3.2

Fast battery drain has become a nightmare for a lot of users after the latest software update. To resolve it, there are quite a few simple tricks you need to try.

Enable Low Power Mode

Settings → Battery → Low Power Mode.

Toggle On Low Power Mode on iPhone

Turn off Location Services While Not in Use

Settings → Privacy → Location Services → Toggle Off.

Turn Off Location Services on iPhone

Disable Background App Refresh

Step #1. Settings → General → Background App Refresh.

Tap on Background App Refresh in iPhone Settings

Step #2. Toggle Off Background App Refresh

Turn Off Background App Refresh on iPhoneTurn off Automatic Downloads

Step #1. Settings →  iTunes & App Store

Tap on Settings Then iTunes & App Store on iPhone

Step #2. Toggle Off Automatic Downloads

Turn Off Auto Downloads on iPhone

Turn off Auto Brightness

Step #1. Tap on Settings →  Tap on Display & Brightness.

Tap on Display & Brightness in iPhone Settings

Step #2. Toggle Off Auto Brightness.

Turn Off Auto Brightness on iPhone

Hope, these solutions help you troubleshoot the issues. Share your feedback about the latest version of iOS 9 in the comment below or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.