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What’s New in iOS 10.3 & iOS 10.3.2

This is what’s new in iOS 10.3 for the iPhone and iPad and what’s new in iOS 10.3.2 update that arrived in May.

There are loads of new iOS 10.3 features that you can use to add more to your iPhone and iPad. There are no new iOS 10.3 emojis, but there are exciting iOS 10.3 features and important security upgrades. iOS 10.3 is not just a holdover for iOS 11, it’s an update that brings features you will use to your iPhone.

There are no major iOS 10.3.2 features, as this focuses on security, but there are still reasons to install this update.

The iOS 10.3.2 update arrives as a free over the air update for the iPhone and iPad. This is also available in iTunes if you prefer to plug in. The iOS 10.3.2 update is available for any iPhone or iPad running iOS 9 or iOS 10, but some features may only come to newer phones or tablets.

Apple released iOS 10.3 in late March as a free upgrade to users alongside new versions of watchOS, tvOS and macOS. In early April Apple released iOS 10.3.1 and in mid-May Apple released iOS 10.3.2.

Apple made a major change behind the scenes in iOS 10.3, adding Apple File System to the iPhone and iPad. This is not a change you will see, but it could speed up your iPhone and iPad if you have an older device.

Learn what's new in iOS 10.3 for iPhone and iPad.
Learn what’s new in iOS 10.3 for iPhone and iPad.

After adding the new TV app in iOS 10.2, Apple continues to add to the entertainment with a new feature that allows you to rent a movie on one device and then continue watching it on another iOS device or on your computer. Here’s a look at what’s new in iOS 10.3;

  • Apple ID Settings Profile
  • iTunes Rentals Across All Your Devices
  • Apple Clips
  • Apple File System
  • Find My AirPods
  • iCloud Storage Breakdown
  • New Apple CarPlay Features
  • New Siri Features
  • Exciting iOS 10.3 Features
  • Security Upgrades

Apple also delivers security upgrades in iOS 10.3, which will help keep your device secure. This is especially important, as Apple strives to fix iPhone exploits to stop organizations and individuals from hacking your iPhone or iPad before the processes and details are made public.

Apple also released watchOS 3.2.2 and macOS Sierra 10.12.5 alongside the iOS 10.3.2 update in May. You will need to upgrade all of your devices to get every feature listed here.

Apple ID Settings Profile

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Apple ID Settings Profile

 When you need to change your Apple ID settings and make changes on your iPhone it is now easier with a central location for your iCloud account in settings. 

Tap on your name and photo at the top of the iPhone Settings and you can quickly change all the important settings related to your iCloud account and Apple ID. You'll find your name, phone numbers and email as well as options to setup your passwords and security. You can even change Payment and Shipping information for when you use the Apple Store app. Other options include iCloud, iTunes, and even fast access to Family Sharing settings

Further down on this screen, you can see your device and access information about them. This includes a shortcut to Find My iPhone, if Find My iPhone is on, the last known Cloud backup, phone number, serial number, IMEI, and Apple Pay card. 

This is a very handy way to access all the important iPhone and iPad settings that link up to iCloud, Apple Pay and other services that Apple provides. 

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5 Comments

  1. Jj

    04/08/2017 at 7:13 pm

    Why didn’t the fix the problem with iPad Pro where the Bluetooth needs to be shut off to get full speed from wifi?

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  2. Pat

    04/11/2017 at 9:28 pm

    Great article, very inclusive and informative. Time to give it go on the first of my 5 devices. Sounds like a good one, time will tell. Thanks!

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  3. Shiki

    04/18/2017 at 3:47 am

    Okay, well it says that 10.3.1 came out early April but did they actually test it out. I updated and it has been crashing my app and I feel the need to get a new phone. In my opinion this iOS is great just a minor mistakes in between.

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  4. Winston Shaw

    04/29/2017 at 7:58 am

    I lost my previous iPad 2 to an earlier Apple iOS update and Apple just smiled and said I’d just have to buy a new iPad. Cynic that I am I can’t help but wonder if the main purpose of these updates is to brick existing iPads and force users to replace them??? I can think of no other industry that is not held accountable for its “mistakes.” Maybe it’s time to rethink the rules these guys play by!

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  5. karendesy Erroraa

    05/02/2017 at 10:56 am

    Headache and nasusea

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