Apple delivers iOS 10.3.2 to public with new bug fixes

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The final version of iOS 10.3.2 is now officially available to the public starting today after Apple tested five beta builds of the update with developers the past few weeks.

Apple released iOS 10.3.2 today along with new update for Apple TV, Apple Watch and macOS. All four new software updates are available for free and bring a host of bug fixes and security to each of Apple’s platforms.

iPhone and iPad owners can download iOS 10.3.2 via an over-the-air update. Unfortunately, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c owners are left out in the cold this update, as the software is only compatible with 64-bit devices. You’ll need an iPhone 5s or above, iPad mini 2 or above, or the sixth-generation iPod touch to get the new goodies.

iOS 10.3.2 is only a minor update. There aren’t any major new features but it does back bug fixes for third-party VPN apps and SiriKit car commands.

macOS 10.12.5 is also available to download too. The update fixes audio issues with USB headphones and enhances compatibility of the Mac app Store with future software updates.

Apple Watch owners can download watchOS 3.2.2 by going to the Watch app for iOS. No major fixes are add but it has plenty of under-the-hood improvements. Meanwhile, Apple TV owners also can get some fresh fixes by downloading tvOS 10.2.1.