Apple has released the latest iOS 10.3.1 over-the-air (OTA) update for all compatible iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices.
The latest update brings bugs and security fixes including a crucial WI-Fi flaw patch.
- Contains a major fix for a Wi-Fi flaw that reported by Google Project Zero. The flaw could allow hackers within range to execute arbitrary code on the Wi-Fi chip
- Security fixes and performance improvements
The latest update, however, may not be available as an OTA one for the iPhone 5, 5C and the fourth-generation iPad. These are the only 32-bit iDevices that are eligible for the iOS 10 updates, but as Apple is killing support for 32-bit applications, users of these devices may need to install the iOS 10.3.1 from the iTunes manually.
In case you want to check for the update, just go to Settings>General>Software Update to see if the iOS 10.3.1 is available for you. If not, you will have to wait for the update or manually download it from iTunes.
The next update in line for iOS is the iOS 10.3.2 beta which Apple released last week and will go through a handful of additional builds before it is released to the public. Given that iOS 11 is set to be previewed in June, the last iOS 10 update will not bring any major interface changes to the iOS.