Apple pulled the 9.7” iPad Pro iOS 9.3.2 update due to reports of the update bricking some devices. Of course, this was something Apple couldn’t just leave in the wild even if it wasn’t bricking a ton of iPad Pros, that’s simply bad customer service.
Restoration via iTunes has proven ineffective, but Apple is working on a fix. A spokesman forwarded a statement on the situation to Engadget yesterday that reads: “We’re working on a fix for an issue impacting a small number of iPad units that are receiving an error when trying to update the software. We’ll issue an update as quickly as possible.”
When errors hit its devices, Apple is very quick to tackle it and tend to have a very short turn around on a fix. The big question here isn’t so much when or if there will be a fix, but if those bricked iPad Pros can be saved or if Apple will be issuing a couple of replacements.