Yesterday, Apple has released the final version of iOS 9.3.3. This release has occurred two weeks after the last beta, the fifth after throwing two consecutive weeks betas. As iOS 9.3.2, the new version of iOS has been released, except major surprise in which some prominent new feature is discovered, to correct problems and optimize the speed and reliability of the system.
From what we have seen in 5 betas that were launched iOS 9.3.3 does work better than the previous version. One of the problems of the latest versions of iOS (iOS 8 and iOS 9) is that Apple has encryption system from top to bottom, something that seems not made in iOS 10. If absolutely everything is encrypted on a system, the device you have to manage more information and, ultimately, the system suffers. It is not known whether Apple will stop encrypt the kernel and other images of iOS 10 when the system is launched officially, but have confirmed that making the performance decline.
Like any other official update, iOS 9.3.3 is now available from iTunes and via OTA. If you do not appear yet, have a little patience, because sometimes takes half an hour to appear. Moreover, it is also advisable to wait a few hours before attempting to upgrade because in the early hours when a new version servers go more slowly is available and we can find some other problem.
To install iOS 9.3.3, go to Settings > General > Software Update on your device or via OTA. Another way would be to download the links directly from our download page, and go through a full iTunes, the you will iOS 9.3.3 onto your iPhone or iPad after restoring.
It is also worth remembering that Apple has no right to 100% in their latest releases and being the first to install this new version can also be those who find that has any serious flaw, so, for the safe side.
And if iOS 9.3.3 is not a major release, neither are those of watchOS 2.2.2, an operating system that has had even less betas than other systems and has also come to correct some errors and polishing the system, and OS X 10.11.6. Clearly the big launch for Apple Watch in September will hand watchOS 3 and Apple Watch 2? As always, if you have already installed the final version of iOS 9.3.3, 2.2.2 or OS X watchOS 10.11.6, do not hesitate to leave your experiences or developments that you were able to find in the comments.