Thursday, May 26, 2016

How To Improve Keyboard Switching On iOS 9 iPhone

If you have jailbroken iDevice you have an ability improve keyboard switching on iOS 9 iPhone with new Cydia release. iOS developer PoomSmart ensures that his jailbreak tweak called LetMeSwitch makes switching from a third-party keyboard to a different keyboard easier than ever.

Many iDevices users are just not satisfied with the keyboard-switching method Apple has implemented in iOS. As usually when you are using a third-party keyboard, and you want to quickly get to either the English keyboard, Emoji keyboard, or any another third-party keyboard, you are going to have to skip to the next keyboard in line until you get to one of the default keyboards where the keyboard picker button is actually visible.On any third-party keyboard, all you’re going to see is a “next keyboard” button, as shown on the picture below:


How To Improve Keyboard Switching In iOS 9

LetMeSwitch tweak is a clever solution for jailbreakers that addresses the inability to select a specific keyboard to switch to when you’re in the middle of using a third-party keyboard.

This tweak re-assigns the keyboard switching button on any third-party keyboard to show an Alternate Keyboards menu rather than a “next keyboard” button.

With this tweak installed now rather than going to the “next keyboard,” which may not be the one you want, iOS displays a menu that allows you pick the keyboard you know you want for sure. And boom, just like that, it really saves your time.


To improve keyboard switching on your iOS 9 iPhone, you can install LetMeSwitch from Cydia’s BigBoss repository free of charge right now. The tweak works on both iOS 8 and iOS 9 devices, so everyone with a jailbreak can cash in on the functionality.

If your device is not jailbroken use Pangu tool for iOS 9-9.1 devices to liberate it. Note if you have accidently upgraded your device to latest Apple software update iOS 9.3.2 then you won't be able to jailbreak your iPhone as currently this platform isn't jailbroken.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Release Date Stays Unknown

If you are among people who what to know about iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak release date and its current status as they plan to liberate their iDevices then read this post. You'll be very surprised as there is a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 devices. But don't hurry to find download links for your device as you most likely won’t be able to install and use it anytime soon, if ever. 

Italian hacker Luca Todesco introduced the proof of an iPod touch running jailbroken iOS 9.3.3. beta 1 earlier today, but due to the past history with a few his previous introductions, nothing will materialize for jailbreak users like you and me. As you may know some time back Todesco revealed that he successfully jailbroke 9.2.1 and 9.3 beta 1 version. Later this hacker has posted a new video introducing iPhone 6 running successfully jailbroken iOS 9.2 public release update. But neither of these jailbreak tools was released for jailbreakers as hacker didn't plan to launch them as a public package.


So what’s the point of showing this off if you don’t intend to release anything to the public? Well, you’re just showing you’re talented, but that’s about it. This reminds us of security researcher Stefan Esser who had a similar habit of teasing jailbroken devices without ever launching anything to the public. If it will continue to be so the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak release date become indefinite and we will be waiting for nothing.

iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 was launched on Monday, so it seems that whatever exploit Todesco is using is similar to what he already used in the past. Due to fact that iOS 9.3.3 can be jailbroken, it is expected that one of famous jailbreak team be it Pangu or TaiG will find exploits and release iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tool for iPhone very soon.

Monday, May 23, 2016

How To Make Make Round Profile Pictures In Facebook & Twitter Apps On iOS 9 iPhone

Want to make round profile picture in Facebook app on iOS 9 iPhone check new jailbreak tweak duo called Round Profile Pic (for Facebook) and (for Twitter). This free Cydia release allow you to bring the round profile picture effect to Facebook and Twitter. Profile pictures in the Messages app and Contacts app are round, and it makes sense that your other apps should follow suit, even if they were downloaded from the App Store.


So to grab this tweak duo your device must be jailbroken. Currently you can use only Pangu Jailbreak tool for iOS 9 - 9.1 to liberate your iDevice. Once done you can start to follow steps below oh how to install Round Profile Pic on your jailbroken device.

How To Make Make Round Profile Pictures In Facebook & Twitter Apps In iOS 9

Step 1. Head to Cydia and search for Round Profile Pic. Download it for free of charge and install on your device.

Step 2. Once installed there are no options to configure.

Step 3. Now on your jailbroken device open the Facebook or Twitter app and take note of the changes from anyone’s profile, whether it’s your own, or someone else’s.


Round Profile Pic tweak works on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad in the latest version of the free Facebook app and the latest version of the free Twitter app and is purely a cosmetic effect. 

So if you want to make round profile picture in Facebook app on iOS 9 iPhone or in Twitter app you should setup Round Profile Pic tweak duo. You need to use the basic Facebook app or Twitter app. Third-party Facebook and Twitter clients are not supported. So bring the modern look and feel of a round profile picture to your Facebook and Twitter apps on your device.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

How To Schedule Text Messages To Be Sent Later On iOS 9 iPhone

If you have jailbroken device you can schedule text messages to be sent later on iOS 9 iPhone. Text message scheduling is a very useful feature and it is sad that Apple hasn’t already built into iOS’ Messages app as a stock feature. But hackers has found easy way to fill this gap. Called Kairos, and compatible with both iOS 9 and iOS 8 devices, this tweak adds the ability to delay texts in the stock Messages app by allowing a long press on the Send button to present a new menu in which users set when they want the message to be sent. That keeps the interface nice and clean while also providing just the features that are required. This tweak is built completely into the stock Messages app without any app icons added to the Home screen. So if you are interested in trying this Cydia tweak here is short review on how it works.

How To Schedule Text Messages To Be Sent Later In iOS 9

Once installed, Kairos will add a preferences pane to the Settings app where you can configure a such options as enabling or disabling the tweak on demand, and enabling or disabling haptic feedback when tapping and holding on the Send button in the Messages app to schedule messages to people.


Now you can tap and hold on the Send button when you type out an iMessage or SMS message in the text field in the Messages app. You can also switch between SMS and iMessage on the fly. When you tap on schedule button, you’ll get a date and time combo box that asks you to select a date and time to send the message you are scheduling. At the top of the interface, there is a button labeled Send Now that cancels the schedule and lets you send the message immediately.

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At the bottom of the interface, there are two buttons. The button on the left is a cancel button, and the button on the right is a confirm button.

Now, if you go to the thread view in the Messages app that allows you see all of your active conversations, you’ll see a new button at the top right of the navigation bar. Another button, when tapped, shows all the scheduled messages so that they can be removed from the queue if required. Again, it’s simple but gets the job done.


Kairos offers the easiest way to schedule text messages to be sent later on iOS 9 iPhone. It is available on Cydia BigBoss repository for $0.99. Also if you want to jailbreak your iOS 9 - 9.1 device use Pangu tool to do it.

Monday, May 16, 2016

How To Bring More Organization In Messages App On iOS 9 iPhone

If you want to bring more organization in Messages app on iOS 9 iPhone then you should check new Cydia release called Message Groups. With this jailbreak tweak installed you can create and manage your own custom groups in the Messages app on your iOS 9 device. This makes it easy to search for certain contacts or conversations, and as a result, makes it quicker to text in general. So if you want to try Message Groups on your jailbroken device then follow our guide on how to install it.

How To Bring More Organization In SMS & iMessage Conversations In iOS 9


On your jailbroken iOS 9 device head to Cydia and download Messages Groups. The tweak is available as a free download package, but you’ll be required to buy a license for the tweak for $1.49 after downloading it. This license is then assigned to your email and you can sign in and use your activation code from the Miscellaneous cell. In case your device is not jailbroken use Pangu tool for iOS 9 - 9.1 to liberate it.

Once the tweak is installed on your iPhone you can go to preferences pane in the Settings app where you’ll find a few options to configure to liking.


Now you can try to create new group tapping on the + button or you can tap on the two heads in the top right of the interface to manage your existing Message Groups.

It is also possible to configure created group's parameters. You can give the group a title, enable or disable the group for use at any time, pick the contacts and the individual conversations you want to appear in this group as well as hide or show conversations added to custom groups in default groups. 

Message Groups offers you to password protect your created groups. On Touch ID equipped devices, you can use the feature to authenticate yourself instead of entering a password. What is more it prevents your groups from being erased or somehow modified without your permission.

In conclusion we can say that Message Groups tweak not only brings more organization in Messages app on your iOS 9 iPhone but alos offers you high level of protection your personal information.

How To Download And Install iOS 9.3.2 On iPhone

Here is guide on how to download and install iOS 9.3.2 on iPhone. On Monday Apple company has launched iOS 9.3.2 for iOS devices to public with a few bug fixes and security improvements. The new software update doesn’t contain a lot of new features. This recent update is available as a standard over-the-air (OTA) release, or via iTunes if you connect your iDevice directly. 

How To Install iOS 9.3.2 IPSW File On iPhone



Over-The-Air (OTA) Installation 
 
In most cases the iOS 9.3.2 update will download in a few minutes. Note: you can use the iPhone while the iOS 9.3.2 download completes, but not during the installation. Here’s what you need to do on iPhone when you are on a WiFi network.

Step 1. Click on General.

Step 2. Click on Software Update.

Step 3. Click on Learn More to see more about this update. Or, click on Download and Install to start.

Step 4. Enter your passcode.

Step 5. Confirm the terms and conditions twice.

Step 6. Wait for the iOS 9.3.2 download to complete.

Step 7. When prompted click Install.

When the update completes, which may take two restarts or two times where you see the Apple logo, you should see a Hello screen, where you swipe to complete the update. If prompted enter your Apple ID password to finish the installation. In some cases you may simply need to enter your passcode to unlock the phone and start using it.

Download And Install iOS 9.3.2 On iPhone Using iTunes

In case you are not getting iOS 9.3.2 via OTA update, then you can also download it using the direct download links and update your device manually.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your PC via an USB cable and wait for iTunes to be launched.

Step 2. Download the iOS 9.3.2 firmware file for your device using these direct links:

iPhone

iOS 9.3.2 (4S): iPhone4,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5 GSM): iPhone5,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5 GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone6,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone6,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5c GSM): iPhone5,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5c GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6 Plus): iPhone7,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6): iPhone7,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6s): iPhone8,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6s+): iPhone8,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone SE): iPhone8,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw

 iPad
 
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 New): iPad2,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini Wi-Fi): iPad2,5_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini GSM): iPad2,6_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini CDMA): iPad2,7_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 4 Wi-Fi): iPad3,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 4 GSM): iPad3,5_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 4 GSM_CDMA): iPad3,6_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad4,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad4,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad4,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad4,5_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air China): iPad4,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad4,6_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad4,7_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad4,8_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad4,9_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad5,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad5,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad5,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad5,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPad6,7_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPad6,8_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPad6,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPad6,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw

 iPod touch

iOS 9.3.2 (iPod touch 5G): iPod5,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPod touch 6G): iPod7,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw

Step 3. Hold the Option key (Mac) or the Shift key (Windows) and tap on the “Check for Update”. 

Step 4. The popup message will appear on the screen and inform you that iTunes will update your device to iOS 9.3.2 and will verify with Apple. Tap on the Update button.

Step 5. Click on the Next button and then confirm the terms and conditions.

Step 6. Now wait till iTunes will download the firmware file. 

Step 7. Do not unplug your iPhone until the update has completed. Your device will be updated to iOS 9.3.2 and reboot once or twice during the process. When it will be finished you will see Hello screen. Lastly follow the on-screen instructions to start using iPhone.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

How To Configure Lock Screen On iOS 9 iPhone With 7 In 1 Tweak

Those iDevices users who want to configure Lock screen on iOS 9 iPhone will be surprised checking new jailbreak tweak known as PersonalAssistant. This 7 in 1 Cydia tweak that lets users modify the Lock screen enabling bulk of new configuration options. In this review we will show you how this super tweak works and all of its advantages.

How To Enable More Customization Options On Lock Screen In iOS 9

From a first glance, PersonalAssistant appears to modify the Lock screen with a totally new interface, but as you’ll soon see, it can be applied to different places in iOS 9, such as Notification Center and the two Spotlight interfaces in iOS.


So if you have jailbroken iOS 9 device you can navigate straight to Cydia and download PersonalAssistant for $4.99. TweakWiz, the developer behind the tweak, ensures that PersonalAssistant supports not only on iOS 9 but iOS 8 firmware version as well. 

Once the tweak installed, you can get into the PersonalAssistant preferences pane. Here you can find many sections for configurations. From the main preferences pane, you’ll be able to access the costumization for the tweak, and information about the developers and contact information. 

PersonalAssistant is a 7-in-1 jailbreak tweak; there are actually 7 tweaks built into it. They are named as Acutus, Auxilium, Boltix, Forecast, Horlogium, Phalanx, and Symphonia. Each of these seven tweaks are developed to work with a specific part of iOS. Just below the main preference pane options, you’ll find menu for configuring these seven sub-tweaks. 


So let's have a look with what part of iOS each of this sub-tweaks works:

  • Horlogium sub-tweak that works with the clock part of the PersonalAssitant interface.
  • Forecast, as its name suggests, displays the weather.
  • The Boltix handles the battery information in PersonalAssistant.
  • Auxilium works with reminders and events.
  • Phalanx deals with notifications.
  • Acutus deals with your recently-used and favorite apps.
  • Symphonia works the music player for PersonalAssistant.
Each of these sub-tweaks has its preference pane for configurations.

It is vital to note that with PersonalAssistant enabled you will get new Lock screen interface with useful info such as Date & Time, battery info, current weather conditions, upcoming reminders and events, notifications, currently-playing media and recently-used apps.

PersonalAssistant offers multiple options to configure Lock screen on iOS 9 iPhone. It can become your personal helper and reminder during daytime.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

iOS 9.3.1 Jailbreak Release Date Review

Those who plan to liberate their iDevice running Apple's latest public firmware release and are interested in the iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak release date then here is short review about the current jailbreak status and its prospects. As you know jailbreaking is the process of removing restrictions imposed by iOS. On jailbroken iDevice you can download and install tweaks and themes from Cydia, customize the look and feel of your device and also enhance its functionality.

You can ask is the jailbreaking legal? Yes it is. In October 2015, the U.S. Library of Congress has granted the piece of legislation that gives ability users to modify their software without breaching copyright law.

Currently it is possible you can use Pangu Jailbreak tool to liberate iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1, iOS 9.0.2 and iOS 9.1 firmware versions. It is available for Mac and Windows, so you will need a computer to jailbreak your iDevice. It is quite easy to jailbreak your device using Pangu tool. 


Also you should know that such recently released software updates as iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3 and iOS 9.3.1 are not jailbreakable. After Pangu team had released its jailbreak tool, Apple has launched iOS 9.1 software release, killing several vulnerabilities used by the team. Lately it continued patching some more exploits in iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.2.1 used in the Pangu Jailbreak. Sometime later Pangu responded Apple pushing a new version of their Jailbreak tool to liberate iOS 9.1 devices. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work neither with iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3 nor with iOS 9.3.1 update.

It is also vital to note that it is impossible to downgrade from iOS 9.3.1, iOS 9.3 or iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.1 as Apple has closed the iOS 9.1 signing window a long time back. This also means that you can’t upgrade from an older version of iOS to 9.1. Only those users who are currently running 9.1 version can use Pangu tool.

In conclusion we can say that iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak release date is currently unknown. It is expected that some of the hackers team would release jailbreak solution for iOS 9.3.1 devices after Apple would launch iOS 9.3.2 that currently in beta to public.

Monday, May 9, 2016

iOS 9.3.1 VS 9.3.2 Beta 4 Speed Performance Test Results

It is always interesting to see how Apple improves its newest software platform especially on older iPhone models and here is short review about iOS 9.3.1 vs 9.3.2 beta 4 speed performance. Cupertino based company has pushed its fourth iOS 9.3.2 beta last week. While it is not the final beta for the next minor iOS 9.3.2 update but it has brought some bug fixes and it’s already showing some performance improvements over iOS 9.3.1 on older iPhones. Of course the best way to see how iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 speed performance improvements work on older iPhone models is to compare with the devices running the latest public iOS 9.3.1 release. 


iAppleBytes has posted on YouTube a series of videos demonstrated iOS 9.3.1 vs 9.3.2 beta 4 speed performance on different iDevices. They installed the latest beta on iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6s, then placed them alongside the same devices running iOS 9.3.1. Note that all of the iDevices were restored before the test using the same backup, so the test shows the real results.

The performance improvements are most notable on Apple’s older devices. In the iPhone 4s test below, for example, iOS 9.3.2 boots up slightly faster than iOS 9.3.1, and it’s faster at loading certain apps, such as Weather, Maps, and Reminders.


Talking about the speed performance of these two firmware versions on new iDevice then the difference aren’t quite so noticeable. In the iPhone 6s test below, iOS 9.3.1 performs just as well as the newer firmware, so users who have newer iPhones model probably won’t notice a change.



Of course, we should remember that iOS 9.3.2 is in the testing process. The first beta was pushed almost a month ago and it is expected that the final release of iOS 9.3.2 will be released very soon. So Apple still has time to make further improvements and optimizations before it rolls out it to public.

[Via iAppleBytes]

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Download iOS 9.3.2 Beta 4 Without UDID On iDevices

It is possible to download iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 without UDID via direct links below even if you are not signed as a developer. On Tuesday Apple has seeded the fourth beta of iOS 9.3.2 to developers for testing purposes. This new release is also available for public beta testers as well. The beta arrives four weeks after Apple seeded the first developer beta of the software and a week after the third beta was introduced to developers.

Like the previous beta versions of iOS 9.3.2, the beta 4 update also does not introduce any new features and just addresses bug fixes. Of the major fixes the most important is a Game Center bug that had been plaguing iOS devices for a while now. Prior to this in the iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 update Apple had brought back the feature to launch Low Power Mode and the Night Shift simultaneously.


iOS 9.3.2 has been in testing since April 6 and appears to focus on minor improvements and bug fixes. Apple’s new iOS version doesn’t appear to be a major upgrade, and focuses more on behind-the-scenes tweaks and enhancements. The software does make it easier to open Quick Actions in landscape mode.

As usual iOS 9.3.2 is available via the Apple Developer Center. It is also available as an over-the-air (OTA) update for iDevices that are running the first beta. Remember, once your iDevice is updated to iOS 9.3.2, it cannot not be restored to any earlier versions of iOS. So if you want to download iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 without UDID here are direct links for compatible iDevices:

 iPod

iPod touch 5 - Model A1421, A1509
iPod touch 6 - Model A1574

 iPhone

iPhone 4[S] - Model A1387, A1431
iPhone 5 (GSM) - Model A1428
iPhone 5 (Global) - Model A1429, A1442
iPhone 5c (GSM) - Model A1456, A1532
iPhone 5c (Global) - Model A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529
iPhone 5s (GSM) - Model A1453, A1533
iPhone 5s (Global) - Model A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530
iPhone 6 Plus - Model A1522, A1524
iPhone 6 - Model A1549, A1586
iPhone 6S - Model A1633, A1688, A1691, A1700
iPhone 6S Plus - Model A1634, A1687, A1690, A1699
iPhone SE - Model A1662, A1723, A1724

 iPad

iPad 2 (WiFi) - Model A1395
iPad 2 (GSM) - Model A1396
iPad 2 (CDMA) - Model A1397
iPad 2 (Mid 2012) - A1395
iPad Mini (WiFi) - Model A1432
iPad Mini (GSM) - Model A1454
iPad Mini (Global) - Model A1455
iPad 3 (WiFi) - Model A1416
iPad 3 (CDMA) - Model A1403
iPad 3 (GSM) - Model A1430
iPad 4 (WiFi) - Model A1458
iPad 4 (GSM) - Model A1459
iPad 4 (Global) - Model A1460
iPad Air (WiFi) - Model A1474
iPad Air (Cellular) - Model A1475
iPad Air (China) - Model A1476
iPad Mini 2 (WiFi) - Model A1489
iPad Mini 2 (Cellular) - Model A1490
iPad Mini 2 (China) - Model A1491
iPad Mini 3 (WiFi) - Model A1599
iPad Mini 3 (Cellular) - Model A1600
iPad Mini 3 (China) - Model A1601
iPad Mini 4 (WiFi) - Model A1538
iPad Mini 4 (Cellular) - Model A1550
iPad Air 2 (WiFi) - Model A1566
iPad Air 2 (Cellular) - Model A1567
iPad Pro 9.7-inch Pro (Wi-Fi) - Model A1673
iPad Pro 9.7-inch Pro (Cellular) - Model A1674, A1675
iPad Pro 12.9-inch Pro (WiFi) - Model A1584
iPad Pro 12.9-inch Pro (Cellular) - Model A1652

Apple had launched iOS 9.3 to the public in March introducing such new features as Night Shift, Touch ID secure Notes and Classroom app. A major bug related to the Safari browser had, however, plagued iPhones and iPads after users installed the update. Soon after Apple pushed iOS 9.3.1 update to fix that bug. It is expected that the next Apple software update in form of iOS 9.3.2 will be launched to public very soon.