Update: The update fixes a serious security exploit that exposed contacts, texts, calls, and emails.
Apple today released the iOS 9.3.5 software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The bug fix update follows the recent release of iOS 9.3.4, which closed a recent jailbreak hole, and iOS 9.3.3, which was tested for several weeks and also included bug fixes. iOS 9.3.5 could also be the last update to iOS 9 devices and the last iOS 9 update in general before iOS 10 is released this fall.
iOS 9.3.5 is described as an important security update and recommended for all users with compatible devices (anyone running iOS 9).
For more on the upcoming iOS 10, which will likely be released in mid-September, check out our continuing coverage below:
- Apple unveils iOS 10 at WWDC 2016, new lock screen, Siri SDK, much more
- iOS 10 coming this fall, developer beta today and public beta in July
- Here are the iOS 10 features and developer tools Apple didn’t detail on stage
- Hands-on: iOS 10 iPhone and iPad tidbits
- Hands-on: The all-new Music app in iOS 10 [Gallery]
- Download iOS 10 and macOS 10.12 Sierra wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac
- CarPlay in iOS 10: Improved Apple Music, removing & rearranging apps, more
- Hands-on: iOS 10 + watchOS 3 Home app for HomeKit on iPhone, iPad, & Apple Watch
- Hands-on: 75 new features in iOS 10 [Video]
- iOS 10: A look at 30 additional new features [Video]