The iPad iOS 10.0.2 update is another upgrade for the iPad Air, iPad Pro, iPad mini and iPad and today we want to take you through the most important things to know about the iPad iOS 10.0.2 update as we push into October.
In early September, Apple released its iOS 10 update for select iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air and iPad mini models. While devices like the iPad Air 2 and iPad 4 received the iOS 10 update, devices like the iPad mini and iPad 2 were left behind on the company’s iOS 9 operating system.
iOS 10 is packed with new features and enhancements and it’s an exciting upgrade for those that own a capable slate. It also has its fair share of problems.
To address some of these iOS 10 issues, Apple’s rolled out a brand new iOS 10.0.2 update for iPads capable of running iOS 10.
The iPad’s iOS 10.0.2 update is a small iOS upgrade for those of you moving from iOS 10.0.1. If you’re on something old like iOS 9.1 or iOS 8, your iOS 10.0.2 update is going to be much larger thanks to the features and fixes from previous updates.
Bug fixers like iOS 10.0.2 provide great benefits but they can also cause problems of their own and that’s why we’re taking a close look at the iPad’s iOS 10.0.2 update today.
This roundup offers some initial impressions of iOS 10.0.2 on iPad, a look at iPad iOS 10.0.2 problems, some details about the downgrade process, and a look at what’s next for the iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad, and iPad mini. Check back for regular updates.