Download iOS 10.3.2 for Your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch – IPSW Direct Links

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May 15, 2017
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You can now download iOS 10.3.2 for all your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices immediately. Changelog, IPSW direct links and OTA update method can be found here.

Download iOS 10.3.2 Now – Includes Bug Fixes & Performance Enhancements

After a plethora of betas (as usual) Apple has released a new point update to its mobile firmware, iOS 10.3.2. As the version number of the firmware suggests already, iOS 10.3.2 is a very minor update and brings with it nothing more than bug fixes and performance related enhancements. For a full rundown of the changelog, simply check out the screenshot that has been posted below.

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With that out of the way, let us show you how you can update your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch to iOS 10.3.2 using the over the air method.

  • First and foremost, connect to a WiFi network.
  • Make sure your battery is above the 50% mark. If it isn’t then connect your device to a wall outlet.
  • Launch Settings and then navigate to General > Software Update.
  • Once the iOS 10.3.2 update shows up, tap on Download and Install.

Since iOS 10.3.2 is a very small update, therefore I would not recommend installing a fresh copy onto your device. If you still think you should take that route, then follow the guide below on how to perform a clean install. Just make sure you download the iOS 10.3.2 firmware file from the links posted below for your device before proceeding.

Click on the links below to download iOS 10.3.2 IPSW firmware file for your device.

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Jailbreak Users, Stay Away from iOS 10.3.2

There’s a chance Pangu might release an iOS 10.3.1 / iOS 10.3 jailbreak soon. So, by all means, stay away from iOS 10.3.2 until further notice.

Meanwhile, the rest of you who use their devices like normals may go ahead with the update without giving it a second thought.

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