Apple on Monday issued a minor update to iOS 10.3, which released on March 27, 2017. The new iOS 10.3.1 software update comes with a build number of 14E304 and is recommended for all users. According to release notes accompanying the download, iOS 10.3.1 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The software update can be downloaded over-the-air via Settings → General → Software Update on your iOS device.

Aside from bug fixes, iOS 10.3.1 brings back support for 32-bit devices like iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c. Apple’s security document sheds more light on bug fixes, acknowledging that iOS 10.3.1 patches a bug that could let an attacker within range to execute arbitrary code on your device’s Wi-Fi chip.

To fix the Wi-Fi vulnerability, a stack buffer overflow was addressed through improved input validation. This particular vulnerability was discovered by Gal Beniamini of Google’s Project Zero.

You can download the full firmware from iDownloadBlog’s Downloads page.

iOS 10.3.0 came with 100+ bug fixes along with performance improvements and security enhancements. Some of the new features in iOS 10.3 include:

  • Apple File System
  • iCloud Analytics opt-in feature
  • Revamped iCloud section, now at the top of the Settings app
  • Siri and CarPlay improvements
  • Reduce Motion for websites
  • Settings toggle to disable in-app ratings and reviews
  • Hourly forecast in Maps
  • Navigation improvements for Mail’s Conversation View
  • Easier typing on Chinese and Japanese keyboards
  • Find My AirPods for locating a misplaced earbud in the Find My iPhone app

For the full overview of changes in iOS 10.3, read our thorough walkthrough. Information on the security content of iOS 10.3.1 is available in Apple’s support document.

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As mentioned, iOS 10.3.1 is available for iPhone 5 and later, the fourth-generation iPad and later and the sixth-generation iPod touch and later. iOS 10.3.2 beta 1 was seeded to Apple’s registered developers last week.

If you spot other changes in iOS 10.3.1, let us know in comments or shoot us an email to tips@iDownloadBlog.com and we’ll update the article accordingly.

  • Jay

    Please fix the Bluetooth to car audio skipping for the iPhone 7 for goodness sake!!

    • BooBee

      That happens on my Bose wireless headset but not in the car. I thought my iPhone 7 just wasn’t paying nice with Bose.

      • Blip dude

        Happens on my iPhone 6S Plus but only with my Beats Studios. Powerbeats and Car stereo are no issues either. Beats Studios do not desync on iPad or other iPhones, only on my 6S Plus.

      • besrate hogsa

        Neither

      • besrate hogsa

        playing☺

    • AlphaPoppy

      That got fixed for me in 10.3

      • Jay

        Seriously? How long was the problem present for you?

      • omakad

        I got the problem since the iPhone 6s or whatever iOS launched with it. I have it on two different cars, with beats and especially with Apple’s own air pods. I can’t wait for it to be fixed.

      • Jay

        I noticed that it happens less on 10.3, much less but still present..

  • Rahimo

    I prefer to keep my jailbreak

  • Agneev

    The iDB Downloads page hasn’t been updated for the new firmware at the time of writing.

  • CAIO MARIOZ

    Also iOS 10.3.2 beta 2.

  • Rondog

    CRAP,CRAP, CRAP!

    • Jurassic

      The bathroom is down the hall to the left.

      • Jay

        Mine is on the right but thanks anyway.

  • Abo Ali

    need a help guys !!!!!
    Iam on 10.1.1 iphone 7 plus
    I have deleted cydia by acceident
    I can’t find usb port for ifunbox or putty
    I have installed filza but mterminal always crashes on luanch
    Any help !!!!
    Sorry for my bad english

    • besrate hogsa

      MTerminal

  • Eddie Flores

    Please fix the delay on Bluetooth in car audio please!!!! It’s a 3 sec delay

    • James G

      I find that issue to be dependent on the car manufacturer. For example, Acura cars up until 2015 models do that. It’s incredibly annoying.

      • Eddie Flores

        I have a 2017 Nissan Pathfinder