- The owners of previous versions of Apple devices are currently out of the possibility to update them to iOS 9.3.
- A modified version of iOS 9.3 for iPad 2 is released.
- Apple has declared that there soon will be a modified version of iOS 9.3 for another Apple devices.
- Apple has suggested a list of recommendations how to fix activation errors (they are pretty much the same as we have already mentioned).
Yesterday Apple provided iMore with the following statement:
Updating some iOS devices (iPhone 5s and earlier and iPad Air and earlier) to iOS 9.3 can require entering the Apple ID and password used to set up the device in order to complete the software update,” an Apple spokesperson told iMore. “In some cases, if customers do not recall their password, their device will remain in an inactivated state until they can recover or reset their password. For these older devices, we have temporarily pulled back the update and will release an updated version of iOS 9.3 in the next few days that does not require this step.
Strange as it may seem, you can find loads of information on the latest Apple news but for Apple’s own website. It has become clear that for now Apple has stopped iOS 9.3 updates for older iDevices because of the increasing Activation Server Lock matters.