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Apple gets iOS 9.3 update quiet for older devices
Apple has updated stopped to iOS 9.3, after users have started complaining about a problem with the activation of their device. In some cases, iOS requires at older devices for the password of a different account than the current user.
Apple recognizes the problem in a support page and gives several tips for a workaround. In some cases, it is an account for which the current user does not have control, so that the password for this is not known. After the update requires iOS for the password of the account that the iPhone was the first to complete the setup.
Users who already have a non-enabled iOS device after the update to iTunes to activate the device via their own account. Apple also recommends to reset a forgotten password and to retrieve the Activation Lock via iCloud.com off.
Until Apple has a permanent fix, put it silently update for iOS 9.3. Which should come within a few days, says the manufacturer in a statement against Apple site iMore. Apple released iOS 9.3 Monday from shortly after his own event when the iPhone SE and smaller iPad Pro presented .Viewing:-183
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