Apple has withdrawn the latest version of iOS 9 for iPad Pro users, after owners of the recently released 9.7–inch version of the tablet said it had made them unusable.
iOS 9.3.2 caused some iPad Pro models to show a so–called Error 56 message, which Apple’s website shows to be a hardware error.
Owners complained that despite following Apple’s instructions and attempting to restore their iPads by connecting them to a Mac or PC and restoring via iTunes, they still could not get their tablets to work.
Now, Apple is only offering iOS 9.3.1 to 9.7–inch iPad Pro owners.
In a short statement, Apple said: “We're working on a fix for an issue impacting a small number of iPad units that are receiving an error when trying to update the software.
"We'll issue an update as quickly as possible.”
This latest problem with iOS 9 comes after a litany of glitches with Apple’s mobile operating system.
Each subsquent update has suffered from glitches, with users taking to Apple’s official discussion boards to complain of problems with Wi–Fi connectivity, Bluetooth errors and device not working properly after being updated.