Apple Releases iOS 9.3.3 [Download]

Apple Releases iOS 9.3.3 [Download]

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Apple has released iOS 9.3.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

iOS 9.3.3 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.

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Apple Releases iOS 9.3.3 [Download]
Anirban Sarkar - July 22, 2016 at 5:09am
This is the perfect update for iPhone 5S. Super cool better life. My phone stars behave like silk.
A long Time Apple User - July 20, 2016 at 11:59am
If not, I'll stick with my jailbroken 8.4 until my iPhone 6 breaks. And the next Phone will be NOT an iPhone, if it's not jailbreakable. - That easy. And if Apple keeps the way, what they are doing to the Mac OS (OSX), I'll switch that Hardware too. (To Linux probably) Or I'll buy old Macs only, where I can install, what I want, and not what Apple forces me to do!
Hack fest - July 19, 2016 at 5:21pm
I sure wish the old iPhone Dev Team would do 1 last jailbreak. I've been waiting since January. If I had not listened to these blogs I would have been on 9.1 and be jailbroken....crap
And..... - July 19, 2016 at 6:30pm
I was about to update to 9.3.2 last night but then i was like you. Last time i upgraded 9.1 a week later a damn jb came for 9.1!!!!! Uugghh
Rod Peel - July 19, 2016 at 1:59pm
The crazy thing about IOS updates is the way that they are rolled out in iTunes and at the same time in 'Settings', 'General', 'Software Updates'. If you update using iTunes then each device that you update means a download of around 1.9 Gb (I have 4 devices and that is a lot of time and bandwidth needed). However THE SAME UPDATE when downloaded directly to the device is between 50 and 60 Mb and takes minutes. Why do Apple do this? Surely iTunes can be programmed to detect the IOS and download an incremental update rather than downloading the whole IOS image?
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