Problems After Updating to iOS 9.3.1?


Apple released iOS 9.3.1 update in 31st March 2016. This iOS 9.3.1 update will fix existing problems like web link crashing issue.

iPhone and iPad users had reported lot of issues with iOS 9.3 update, including can’t send MMS/images to non-iMessage users, lost custom ringtones, iPhone speaker not workingiPhone camera stopped workingEmail push not workingmessage notification sound not working , unable send or receive text messages etc.

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Now some Apple iOS users reported some issues based on new iOS 9.3.1 update in Apple support communities. They said, “it still not fix some old issues like “wifi connectivity issue, battery drain problem didn’t solved in iOS 9.3.1.

SEE ALSO : How to Downgrade iOS 9.3.1 to iOS 9.3 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

So if you hit any issue based on Apple new iOS 9.3.1 update, do let us via comment. We will try to find solutions for your iOS 9.3.1 issues and inform you via comment.

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225 responses to Problems After Updating to iOS 9.3.1?

iOS 9.3.1 – Lost text message notifications, alerts, message history, message self-delete after a couple minutes, and always says "Sending" even after the text message is sent.

Iafter upgrading my iphone 6s to 9.3.1 version the vibration stopped working. Vibration on ringing/silent not working. Vidration stopped at all.

I am having several of the same problems, especially with the ringtones, text and notifications.
I see a lot of complaints here, but no solutions.

Alarm is currently disabled. Will automatically turn itself off every night around midnight similar to the update issue last year.

I can't use my camera – blurry image as soon as camera option is chosen and I can't push off items as I could before. I keep tapping the screen and nothing happens!!

Also, I can't pick up Pandora. What's going on with this?

I've a 4s and just updated it a week ago (something told me to hold off with the upgrade until after my vacation…)

My rear (main) camera no longer works. Neither does my flashlight. I'm overseas and I use the camera to deposit checks and transfer money between my accounts so it is important that I have a phone with a working camera. If I had known the update might do this I would not have updated. The flashlight also doesn't work and I get the same message others are getting about overheating when I tap the flash icon when in the camera app (even after getting the phone nice and cool). The update didn't brick my phone but it sure did turn it into a piece of junk compared to before. I see many people with the same problem saying that Apple provides no solution. Has Apple become such a cynical company under Tim Cook's leadership? Apple used to proudly say "it just works" but these days it could only be said in jest.

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