Apple has today released iOS 10.3.2 to the public.
At the time of posting, release notes are not yet available. However, as a minor 10.x.x update, there are unlikely to be any significant changes to outward-facing features—with the focus of this release being on bug fixes and under-the-hood performance improvements.
For blind and low vision users, our testing indicates that Apple has made only limited progress towards addressing the accessibility bugs present in iOS 10.3.1 in this release.
The one change that we are currently aware of, is that the unreliable behavior of 3D Touch shortcuts introduced in iOS 10.3 appears to be fixed in this release.
As we always stress, it is impossible for us to test all devices, apps, and use cases. Consequently, it is entirely possible that there are changes, regressions or improvements that we are not aware of at the time of posting. With this in mind, we would greatly appreciate your help in ensuring that the information on this page is as complete and accurate as possible. If you spot any accessibility-related changes in iOS 10.3.2 that are not already listed here, please do let us know in the comments below.
We will update this post if we learn of any significant changes in this release.
With the first beta release of iOS 11 expected in early June, there are only likely to be further updates to iOS 10 if there are critical bugs or security issues that need to be addressed. So, we may need to accept that we will see no further accessibility-related changes or fixes until the release of iOS 11 this Fall.
How to Update to iOS 10.3.2
iOS 10.3.2 is available via Over-the-Air Update (Settings>General>Software Update) or via iTunes on your Mac or PC. As always, we recommend making a backup of your device before installing any software update.