IOS 10.3.2, watchOS 3.2.2 updates released by Apple

Guillermo Lane
May 16, 2017

It's best to err on the side of caution this time.

Update notes are sparse, but practically long-winded compared to the notes for the other OS updates. Despite the goodness that is with the latest iOS 10, there are some tweaks which the system lacks and it gives Android an advantage on the feature front. A final (or close to final) touch-up of iOS 10 before iOS 11 takes reigniOS 10.3.2 is an update meant to fix bugs while improving performance and security features.

Apple released iOS 10.3.2 to the public Monday, with minor changes. The update offers "improvements and bug fixes", says Apple, and it can be downloaded by going into Watch General Software Update on your iPhone.

Apple releases a separate KnowledgeBase article with security flaws patched in each release, and that document tends to lag behind the software release by a few hours.

To install watchOS 3.2.2, your iPhone needs to be connected to the internet via Wi-Fi, and within range of your Apple Watch, which needs to have at least a 50 percent battery charge. If you have your Apple TV set to update automatically, it may already be installed, or the process may start on its own when you turn on your Apple TV.

watchOS 3.2.2 features 10 security fixes. Coincidentally, Apple today released updates for all its operating systems, from mobile and desktop, to TV and watch (it was a coincidence, wasn't it?).

Apple is expected to reveal macOS 10.13, watchOS 4, tvOS 11 and developments in Apple Pay and Apple Music during WWDC.

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