Apple Re-Releases iOS 9.3 for Devices Affected by Activation Lock Problems

Apple re-released iOS 9.3 Monday for owners of older devices. The company pulled iOS 9.3 for those devices last week after many experienced significant problems, including a problem with activating the device after the update completed. The new build is 13E237.

iOS 9.3 Screenshot

iOS 9.3 Install Screen

The patch notes in the update don't specifically mention the problems in the initial release, but the devices covered by the update are all those affected by last week's problems. Those devices:

  • iPad 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad2,1)
  • iPad 2 (CDMA) (iPad2,3)
  • iPad 2 (Wi-Fi, 2012) (iPad2,4)
  • iPad mini (Wi-Fi) (iPad2,5)
  • iPad mini (GSM) (iPad2,6)
  • iPad mini (CDMA) (iPad2,7)
  • iPad 3 (Wi-Fi) (iPad3,1)
  • iPad 3 (CDMA) (iPad3,2)
  • iPad 3 (GSM) (iPad3,3)
  • iPad 4 (Wi-Fi) (iPad3,4)
  • iPad 4 (GSM) (iPad3,5)
  • iPad 4 (CDMA) (iPad3,6)
  • iPad Air (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,1)
  • iPad Air (Cellular) (iPad4,2)
  • iPad Air (China) (iPad4,3)
  • iPad mini 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,4)
  • iPad mini 2 (Cellular) (iPad4,5)
  • iPad mini 2 (China) (iPad4,6)
  • iPhone 4s (iPhone4,1)
  • iPhone 5 (GSM) (iPhone5,1)
  • iPhone 5 (CDMA) (iPhone5,2)
  • iPhone 5c (GSM) (iPhone5,3)
  • iPhone 5c (CDMA) (iPhone5,4)
  • iPhone 5s (GSM) (iPhone6,1)
  • iPhone 5s (CDMA) (iPhone6,2)
  • iPod touch 5G (iPod5,1)

The update is available over-the-air (OTA) on those devices, or through iTunes.