Today Apple released the revised version of the iOS 9.3.2 firmware for all 9.7in iPad Pros to fix the Error 56 that bricked the iPad. To fix error 56, users should now be able to get their devices working by connecting them to a Mac or PC running iTunes and downloading the update from there.
Error 56 is a hardware issue according to Apple and does not affect the larger 12.9in iPad Pros primarily because they have significant hardware differences. The bug also did not affect iOS devices like the iPhone, other iPads and iPod touch.
The iOS 9.3.2 beta update was first rolled out to developers in April, and a month later the update was made available for general users too. The update also brings an adjustment to Night Shift mode, which can now be used in Low Power Mode too. It also includes bug fixes to audio quality on the Apple iPhone SE when paired with Bluetooth headsets.
Apple has also released the iOS 9.3.3 beta version for developers and testers. Though, the update is not available for the iPad Pro 9.7-inch due to the ‘Error 56’ issue. Now that Apple has re-released the previous version with the required bug fix, iOS 9.3.3 is also expected to make its way to the smaller iPad Pro as well. As of now, Apple hasn’t mentioned any changelog of features that the new update brings.
For OTA update to iOS 9.3.2 13F72, simply head to Settings > General > Software Update on your iPad Pro to download and install the update directly. If you want to update the old school way, or just want to start things again from scratch, you can download the IPSW file for your version of iPad Pro (cellular or WiFi) from the links given below, and then update it from iTunes on Windows or Mac.
You can directly download iOS 9.3.2 13F72 ipsw for 9.7-inch iPad Pro below: