We’re less than a month away from the launch of iOS 10 at WWDC, but Apple is still working hard on improving the current iOS 9 software.
The company has today released iOS 9.3.2 for iPhone and iPad, which wipes out a few bugs, and improves on some its newest features.
The Night Shift feature, which landed in iOS 9.3 earlier this year, can now be activated in tandem with the battery saving Low Power Mode.
This perk had been available in the original release of iOS 9.3, but had been taken away in subsequent updates.
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The rest of the way, it’s bug fixes and stability improvements.
If you’ve been experiencing a drop off in audio quality when with pairing Bluetooth gadgets, this update should take care of that.
iOS 9.3.2 also combats an issue that would cause Siri’s brother Alex to change voices when using the VoiceOver feature for spaces and punctuation.
It also fixes an issue where looking up dictionary definitions could fail, while there’s also a fix for a problem preventing users typing email addresses when using the Japanese Kanta keyboard.
Today’s software update is 89.4MB and can be downloaded over the air from the Software Update portion of general settings.