Many iPhone users who upgraded to the latest update of Apple iOS 9.3 had several problems. The best-known error was the links crashing in Safari, which caused the application to stop working.
Apple acknowledged that it was a bug in this version of the operating system, and the company was already working on this.
Apple Released iOS 9.3.1 To Correct Errors Links In Safari
According to the report, the latest iOS 9.3.1 update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch was out, which is basically focused on correcting errors that may occur in applications and even the entire system when users ‘tap’ on the links.
A few users also complained about iOS 9.3 and that they did not face any problem regarding the links, but they had issues with the flashlight of iPhone 6s because when the flash was turned on, the device became slow, and users needed to restart their devices to use it.
On the other hand, another problem was reported with the first version of the iOS 9.3 update; in some older devices, the update 9.3 asked users for the username and password of iCloud to continue the installation of the operating system.
If the user does not remember the password at that time, the phone will become unusable until the user recovers the password iCloud. However, Apple responded and corrected this error quickly, but this did not prevent or patch the bug of links.
How to upgrade your device to iOS 9.3.1?
If you have iOS 9.3, upgrading your device to the new version will be best. So, to update your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch from iOS 9.3 to iOS 9.3.1, you have to go to your Settings > ‘General > Software Update and download the update.
According to the tech giant Apple, with this update (9.3.1), you’ll have no problems with the bug links.