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How to update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 9.3.2, or install the iOS 10 beta

David Price | July 8, 2016
Find out how to update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 9.3.2, or install the iOS 10 beta.

iOS 9.3.2 is available now, and you can update your iPhone or iPad to the latest operating system for free - assuming it's a recent enough device to qualify. (If you'd like to know more about iOS 9.3 and its new features, take a look at our dedicated article.) Even more excitingly, iOS 10 has been unveiled, and you can grab the beta version of iOS 10 right now.

If you go to Settings > General > Software Update on your Apple device you should see the newest publicly available version of iOS, and be able to download it from there. Downloading the beta version of iOS 10 is more complicated, however. In this article we look at iOS updates in detail. We explain which devices are compatible with the latest update, whether it's a good idea to make the update, and how to go about updating your iPhone or iPad to the latest software, whether you go for iOS 9.3.2 or the iOS 10 beta.

Oh, and if you do change your mind afterwards, you'll need our guide to removing iOS 10 and going back to iOS 9.

How to update iOS: The complete guide

iOS 9, the operating system software for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, was unveiled during WWDC 2015 in June 2015 and finally became available to all on 16 September 2015. Then iOS 10 was unveiled a year later, at WWDC 2016. You've probably got three questions: can I update my iPhone or iPad to the latest version of iOS, should I update my iPhone or iPad to a new version of iOS and (if the answer to the first two is yes) how can I make the upgrade.

We'll address these questions in that order in our complete guide to iOS upgrades. We've also got details on how to install iOS 9's subsequent updates including iOS 9.3.2, how to install the beta version of iOS 10, and whether you should let Apple update your iPhone for you overnight.

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