Don't Expect A Long Wait for the Next iOS Update
Nothing is confirmed but we'd be shocked, shocked, if this was the last iOS 9 update before the iOS 10 release later this year.
Apple's iOS release protocol is completely different these days. Instead of a few updates per year, the company's now in the habit of pushing out rapid fire updates that not only address bugs and problems but add new features.
With an iOS 9.3.2 release imminent and an iOS 10 release rumored for the fall alongside an iPhone 7, don't be surprised to see something emerge in between. We no longer have to deal with long stretches between iOS releases.
Worst case scenario? The iOS 10 update follows the iOS 9.3.2 update. iOS 10 will likely show up at WWDC in mid-June with a beta release for developers and the general public arriving shortly thereafter.
iOS 10 leaks have started picking up as we close in on WWDC 2016 so you'll want to keep an eye out for new details in the weeks ahead.
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