Apple has released its latest version of iOS 10 to iPhone and iPad owners, as the company looks to tighten up security and fix bugs ahead of the launch of iOS 11 next month.
iOS 10.3.2 is available to download and install now. While it doesn’t add any major new functionality, as iOS 10.3 did with its Find My AirPods feature, it does offer a number of critical fixes designed to make your iPhone run better.
It’s likely that this will be one of the last minor updates to iOS 10. Apple will use its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) to show off iOS 11, with the company hiding a special keynote on 5th June.
iOS 11 is expected to boost Apple Pay, allowing users to send money to each other via iMessage, as well as previewing changes to FaceTime Audio and Siri.
The latter is expected to be overhauled in the face of stiff competition from Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa.
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