ipad_proEarly last month, we reported that the iOS 9.3.2 for some reason had ended up bricking some iPad Pro tablets. Note that this only seemed to affect iPad Pro tablets, and that the vast majority of the other iPad models went unaffected. Now for those of you with bricked tablets who have yet to resolve the issue, Apple is here to help.

The Cupertino company has recently re-released iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro which should address their bricked tablets. For those of you with bricked tablets, you’ll need to download the update on your computer, plug in the tablet, and manually update it via the iTunes software. For those of you who did not get to update the tablet, the update is also available via OTA as a download.

The update isn’t a particularly major update and seems to mainly address bugs in the previous release. It will however introduce the ability to use Low Power Mode and Night Shift at the same time, something that wasn’t possible before. There are also some improvements made to Bluetooth accessories connected to the device, the dictionary, and other B2B apps installed from MDM services.

So if you haven’t updated your iPad Pro (or iOS device for that matter), go ahead and check it out.

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