A few days after Apple rolled out the new iOS 9.3, users were reporting system and app crashes after tapping links from Safari or other apps that prompted the Cupertino giant to hold further deployment of the operating system. Moving forward a week after its release, a new iOS 9.3.1 is now rolling out to users of both affected handsets and to those who are yet to update to a new version of the operating system.
Devices with iOS versions prior to 9.3 should experience new features and boost performance as well as minor updates on its user interface when updating to iOS 9.3.1. For users who have already installed version 9.3 see the familiar interface but unnoticed beneath the surface is a more stable platform with most bugs fixed since the iOS 9.3 hit the stream. So after the update, users will notice that after tapping links from those affected apps that causes unresponsiveness and persistent crashes are no longer there.