i OS 10 comes with tons of new features and improvements, but sadly, like any other major i OS software update, it comes with its own sets of problems.
One of the issues people are facing after updating their i Phone or i Pad to i OS 10.3.2 – i OS 10 is Wi-Fi problems.
Be aware that it might take upwards of 24 hours to actually get the i OS 10 update delivered to your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod. One rule of thumb: backup your device before updating.
Still, it's important to back up everything just before you make any big changes.
The updates are largely used to add new features or enhance the performance.
This can include adding support for upgrades made to a carrier’s network or the rollout of new functionality like voice-over-LTE, which promises to deliver better-sounding voice calls. For example, a carrier update was issued after a bug was found on the Verizon i Phone 5s that was causing the phone to use cellular data while connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Furthermore, a carrier settings update on your i Phone may also introduce new features such as Wi-Fi calling or voice-over-LTE, or fix software bugs and glitches that are causing problems for a lot of i Phone users.
When a carrier settings update is available, you’ll usually receive daily pop-ups on your i Phone that say, “Carrier Settings Update: New settings are available. ” But what if want to check for a carrier settings update manually?