Apple releases iOS 9.3.1 to solve the universal linking bug


Apple releases iOS 9.3.1 to solve the universal linking bug

Apple today launched Thursday, March 31 the iOS 9.3.1 to solve the issues that some users are experiencing crashing after tapping on some web links. The company launched this update to prevent some users that were having issues accessing links from some applications, such as Mail, Safari or even WhatsApp.

Although at first it seemed that no one could agree with the nature of this failure, some users experienced improvements to delete history, disable JavaScript, suggestions Safari or all at once, but this was an unofficial temporary solution, at best, limited user experience. Apple ruled last Sunday reporting that knew about the problem and that they would launch an update to correct that has arrived a few minutes ago.

It is recommended to users who do not suffer described problem not in a hurry to upgrade. It seems that lately Apple does not release any free operating system problems and not worth being the first to install an operating system that has been released to fix a problem if the problem does not affect us. Logically, installing iOS 9.3.1 is recommended for all users who can not access some of the links you see throughout the day on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.

In any case, if we install iOS 9.3.1 and experience a problem, we can downgrade for a few days, since long time that Apple left a nasty habit of leaving to sign a version of iOS one hour after launching and makes following

iOS 9.3.1 download IPSW links for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touchcan be found on our download page

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