Apple recently released their new iOS 9.3.2 update which included various bug fixes. Just a day later after the update was live, a big new problem has emerged on the Internet. This new update unfortunately bricks the 9.7″ iPad Pro. According to the user’s reports, they’re experiencing the “Error 56”, which is an error regarding hardware. This error tells them to connect their device to iTunes, but sadly, that doesn’t work.

Currently, there is no fix for this. So if your iPad Pro is bricked by this, you’ll have to wait for an update from Apple. Also, those who have iPad Pro, we recommend not upgrading to the iOS 9.3.2 yet, as it may brick your device too. Wait for an official update that will fix the issue, then upgrade. Ciao!

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