Monday, June 27, 2016

iPhone 7 Camera Leaked Images Shows The Larger Camera Hole

Monday, June 27, 2016 - 0 Comments

It is two month before Apple will release its next iPhone lineup and we have another iPhone 7 camera leaked images that proved some of the rumors. The leaked pictures shows that iPhone 7 has the large camera hole. The larger camera sensor cut out suggests a bigger sensor that should greatly help in improving the imaging performance of the next iPhone models.

If you will look at the picture closer you'll see the antenna bands being placed at the top and bottom edges.

What is interesting this photo of the rear panel of the iPhone 7 Plus gives us a close look at the dual-lens camera. The dual-lens setup should allow the larger smartphone to take better pictures than the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and will potentially have some other tricks for better shooting.

It is also believed that all next iPhones models will feature a dual SIM slot that is particularly very popular in such countries as India and China.

There is also rumors that together with the next smartphone lineup Apple is going to launch a cheaper variant of the smaller iPhone 7 with 3.5 mm audio jack. As it is the first time we all are hearing about this cheaper iPhone 7 variant we'd better recommend you not to believe in it till there would be other proofs.  

Also just a month back there were other iPhone 7 camera leaked images. The leak included the molds of the next iPhone models. They showed that there were no holes for the Smart Connector, a rumored feature, and the dual-camera on the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus model. 

It is expected that Apple will unveil the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in September. Although there are multiple reviews about the upcoming handsets camera and other features specs there are no clear evidences which of them are true and which are not. All we can do is to wait till September.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

How To Save Notes In Notification Center On iOS 9.3.2 iPhone

Tuesday, June 7, 2016 - 0 Comments

If you want to quickly put something down there is a way to save notes in Notification Center on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone. It is possible to store a note temporarily and then quickly looking it up putting the information as a widget in Notification Center and then to dock the widget on the top. So you just have to pull down the Notification Center on your iOS 9 .3.1 device and as long as the Today view is selected, you note will be right there. You even don't need to unlock the phone or open an Notes app. There are two apps that will help you do this.

How To Save Notes In Notification Center In iOS 9


Cheatsheet app is designed to put small, or particular list items in the Notification Center. If you want to save a paragraph of text, then this app is not for you. But if you want to quickly note down your plane seat number, or a phone number you need to call, Cheatsheet app will be very useful for you.

Once downloaded, launch the app, click the “+” button and type your note or paste it in. Cheatsheet will also allows you to pick an icon. This app really saves you time as saving in CheatSheet is automatic so all you need to do is click on the “All Cheats” button to go back. You’ll see a list of all your notes here. Click on the three lined handle button from the top row to rearrange the notes. This will be reflected in the Notification Center widget.

Quick Notes

Quick Notes is a free app that is extremely easy in use. When you launch this app it will directly open into a view you can type or paste text in. Whatever you type here will show up in the widget. One tap and you are done.

But there is one minus - you cannot store or view multiple notes. If you want to store a new note in Quick Notes, you’ll need to add it as text on top or clear the current text.

So you can quickly save notes in Notification Center on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone with free tools described above. As they are available as free download packages you can try both of them. 

Friday, June 3, 2016

How To Fix Apple Music iCloud Music Library Issue On iOS 9.3.2 iPhone

Friday, June 3, 2016 - 0 Comments

If you have faced Apple Music iCloud Music Library issue on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone or Mac then you should read this post to learn what you can do in this case. According to recent reports many users are experiencing an outage with iCloud Music Library, even as Apple’s System Status page doesn’t reflect any widespread outages. The issue is affecting those who try to connect to Apple Music on both iOS and through OS X and iTunes. The affected users complained online stating that when launching the Music app on iOS prompts them to ‘Join Apple Music’ regardless of subscription status. And there is one question how to fix Apple music iCloud Music Library issue in iOS 9.

Some users claimed that Apple Music crashed then prompted them to sign up on iOS. Some tried to force quit the Music app and then relaunch and reported that it fixed the issue and their library appears to be in place, but some songs not saved locally failed to stream.

On iTunes, customers are seeing a pop up message that says ‘Unable to connect to iCloud Music Library’. The same message, or something similar, will apparently pop up when trying to play specific tracks as well. Some users are noticing that their music is not available at all. 

Many have pointed out that force quitting the apps, and trying to connect again, is fixing the issue. Some say that doesn’t work at all, and others are pointing out they can’t connect to iTunes to buy anything. The iOS 9.3.2 iPhone Apple Music iCloud Music Library issue may be temporary and Apple will push the fix ahead of WWDC. So if you are facing the above described problem you can try mentioned fix tips, but if it won't help all you can do is to wait for the fix.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

How To Teach Siri To Pronounce Your Name Right In iOS 9

Thursday, June 2, 2016 - 0 Comments

If Siri doesn’t pronounce your name right on iOS 9 iPhone we will show you how to teach it to do it correctly. Siri is an useful assistant and Apple engineers put many efforts to make it capable of pronouncing everyone’s names and last names right. But don't forget that there are hundreds different names in the world for Siri to be perfect and pronouncing all of them. It even becomes had for us to pronounce foreign names correctly.

On the other hand, it become really annoying when Siri is able to pronounce your name correctly. Happily you can fix it and make Siri say your name right.

How To Teach Siri To Pronounce My Name Correctly In iOS 9 

So if you have problems with Siri pronouncing your name, you might need to take things into your own hands and follow steps below.

Step 1) Press and hold down the Home button on your iOS 9.3.2 iPhone to activate Siri. Then say, “That’s not how you pronounce [here insert first name].”

Step 2) Siri should now ask you to tell her how to pronounce it. When asked, say the correct pronunciation.

Step 3) After you speak, Siri will thank you, and then ask you to pick the right pronunciation for your first name. You can listen to them by clicking the Play buttons, then click on the Select button to the right of the one that sounds correct.

Step 4) Now Siri will ask you to say your last name; once again pronounce it correctly.

Step 5) After you speak, once again, by clicking on the Select button pick one of the options that sounds right.

Step 6) When you’re done, you’ll get a big thank you from Siri.

That’s all there is to it! You have just fix Siri doesn’t pronounce name right iOS 9 problem and from now on the assistant will do it correctly.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

How To Type In Questions To Siri On iOS 9.3.2 iPhone Instead Of Talk

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 - 0 Comments

There are some situations when you need to know how to type in questions to Siri on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone instead of talk. There is already a workaround to do this as it’s sometimes handy to be able to write to Siri exactly what you mean and leave no room for misunderstanding. Actually this is not meant to be a tool allowing you to have a written conversation with Siri, although it can be used for some purposes.

It is vital to note that Siri will still speak her responses to you, so if you were hoping to have a real chat with Siri, you have to be aware that the assistant will still be talking back to you. 

How To Type In Questions To Siri On iOS 9 iPhone

Step 1) Invoke Siri on your iOS 9.3.1 iPhone, and just say one word to it. It can be "Hi" or "Hello" or whatever word you want. Depending on what you said to Siri, it will reply back.

Step 2) Now be attentive, at the top of the screen, right below what you have just said to Siri, you will see an option that says Tap to Edit. Click on it.

Step 3) You will now be able to edit your initial query. From there, you can type in anything you want. Click on Enter when done to submit your query.

Step 4) Siri will provide an answer to your query or question. From there, you can keep the conversation going by pulling down on the screen to show your previous query and edit it by once again tapping on the Tap to Edit option.

Step 5) Ask something else to Siri and hit Enter when done.

Step 6) Once again, Siri will give you an answer.

Step 7) You can repeat this process as many times as you need.

Now when you know how to type in questions to Siri on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone you will find this ability extremely handy in your everyday usage.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

How To Check iOS 9.3.2 iPhone Battery Charge Cycle Count

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - 0 Comments

Sometime you may want to check iOS 9.3.2 iPhone battery charge cycle count so you can know whether the battery is healthy. Especially when you buy a iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch from others. If you have been keeping with Apples products history you might know that every single year Cupertino based company presents us with new devices, be it iPhones or iPads. The company puts magnificent efforts to equip its iDevices with innovative integrated technology aspects and feature sets. In addition to introducing new features through software updates, Apple continuously tries to push forward the hardware it introduces with new additions.

Of course all iDevices users appreciate Apple's products progression, but even though they love to see new and improved hardware landing on the shelves with each generational release, there’s always one thing that is consistently on their mind; the received battery life on the device. With the free App Store app called Battery Percentage installed you can get additional insight into exactly that. It’s especially useful for checking your iOS 9.3.2 iPhone battery charge cycle count witout jailbreaking.

Although there are few jailbreak tweaks that provides such type of details your device must be jailbroken to use one of them. Due to fact that currently there is no jailbreak tool available for the latest public iOS updates such as iOS 9.2 - 9.3.2 you won't be able to check iPhone battery charge cycle count when your device runs one of these updates. 

So if your device isn't jailbroken and you don't plan to liberate your device you can always use jailbreak tweak alternative. Battery Percentage app is totally free and it gathers information about battery on your iOS 9.3.1 device. Although it is not designed well but it provides users with such additional information as how many charge cycles the battery has been through, the discharge current and the current operating temperature of the cell. Tran Manh Quan, the developer behind the app, has also included a set of hardware checking features, which include checking the health of the GPU, CPU, Storage and network components.

In conclusion we can say that Battery Percentage app gives you additional details about battery health, device status, and even the phone’s charger and it is a good alternative for those user who don't plan to jailbreak their iDevices.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

How To Quickly Recover Deleted Notes On iOS 9.3.2 iPhone

Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 0 Comments

If you are trying to find how to quickly recover deleted notes on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone then we offer useful guide on how to do it. As all iDevices owners you often use Notes app to store quick tidbits of information. It can be a list of items to get at the store on the way home from work or a quick sketch of something and more. But what to do if you accidentally hit the delete button and lose some of that precious data. Happily the Notes app has a recovery feature that’ll allows you to restore recently erased content in iOS 9. Follow steps below to do it very quickly.

How To Recover Erased Notes In iOS 9 

Just like the Photos app, Apple’s iOS Notes app has a safety feature that will store cleared note for up to 30 days before they are removed permanently. 

Step 1. Launch the Notes app on your iOS 9.3.1 iPhone.

Step 2. Click on the back arrow button ( “<“) in the upper left corner of the screen to view all the folders in the Notes app.

Step 3. Click on the “Recently Deleted”.

Step 4. Click on the “Edit” button in the upper right corner.

Step 5. Tap to pick checkbox next to the notes you want to restore.

Step 6.Find the “Move To” button and click on it.

Step 7. Pick the folder you want to move the deleted note back to, either the “Notes” folder on iCloud or the “Notes” folder on the device, or a custom folder you may have created.

Step 8. Use the “<” button to return to the main notes folder and find the undeleted note in the folder you selected above.

Now you know how to recover deleted notes on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone. In case you do not see your note in this recently deleted list or accidentally removed the note more than a month ago, the note likely is gone for good.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

iPhone 7 Camera Features And Specifications On Leaked Images

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 0 Comments

Although there are still couple of months before Apple company will unveil its next iPhone models there are many rumors about iPhone 7 camera features and specifications. The new leak includes schematics, or rather, their molds, that are shown side-by-side maybe with the aim to illustrate that one is the iPhone 7 while the other is the larger iPhone 7 Plus. These leaks show us that the rumored dual-camera design expected to be part of Apple’s iPhone announcement this year will likely only be on the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus model. That would line up with plenty of past leaks and rumors, so there’s no big surprise there.

The latest leaked images were posted by HDBlog, initially discovered on the Chinese forum Baidu. However, a lot of new reports have claimed recently that the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus will have one different feature that the smaller, 4.7-inch iPhone 7 won’t have. This is a Smart Connector. 

Although, these molds do not show holes for the Smart Connector on either handset, assuming these schematics are legitimate, of course. But it could be so that the holes for Smart Connector feature were added later, after these particular molds were taken. But incae they are true then it would confirm the Smart Connector won’t be introduced on this year’s iPhone lineup event.

So, once again, we get another contradicting report about iPhone 7 camera features and specifications. But actually it is the norm for these types of things as there is no confirmed fact from Apple. Another interesting thing about next iPhone features is that the recent camera leak indicates that Apple is going to launch a 256GB storage iPhone for the first time this September. Again there are no clear evidences whether it would be something just for the iPhone 7 Plus or for the iPhone 7. We will see in September.

[via HDBlog]

iOS 9.3.3 Beta VS iOS 9.3.2 Speed Comparison On iPhone 6s [Videos]

If you are interested whether upgrade your iDevice to the next Apple's software update or not then you should see iOS 9.3.3 beta vs iOS 9.3.2 speed comparison on iPhone 6s. On Monday Apple company recently launched iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 to developers and public testers, bringing with it more bug fixes rather than new features. As the previous iOS 9.3.2 release this is the minor update that won't bring any important changes to the table. But there are still the questions that need to be asked around its viability, whether that be for day in, day out use on an older iPhone or whether any more bugs were introduced during its production. 

With such important questions to be answered for each new iOS release, beta or not, it’s easy to forget the most important question of them all – just how fast is the new, unreleased version of iOS? What is more important how fast is it when compared to the same software on older iPhones rather than the new iPhone 6s line of Apple's smartphones? 

Several new videos have been posted on Youtube that introduce comparison between latest beta release of iOS with the most recent, publicly shipping version on a range of hardware to ensure everyone knows what to expect come the day the beta becomes a public release. 

Watching these videos you will notice that performance is very similar across the board, but there are some examples where the current beta release of iOS 9.3.3 is a little bit slower than iOS 9.3.2. But don't worry as currently iOS 9.3.3 is in beta so the additional speed enhancements can be activated in public release.

iOS 9.3.3 beta vs iOS 9.3.2 speed comparison on iPhone 6s 

iOS 9.3.3 beta vs iOS 9.3.2 speed and performance on iPhone 6

iOS 9.3.3 beta vs iOS 9.3.2 speed and performance on older iPhones

Friday, May 20, 2016

How To Stop iOS 9.3.2 iPhone From Counting Steps And Tracking Fitness Activity

Friday, May 20, 2016 - 0 Comments

If you want to stop your iOS 9.3.2 iPhone from counting your steps and tracking fitness activity then check the guide below oh how to do it with ease. As you may know newer iPhones have the ability to track fitness activity and motion and displaying that data in Health app and other applications. Fitness tracking is done by using a low-power motion coprocessor that measures motion and fitness data such as body motion, step count, stairs climbed, and more. Most people like this feature as it represents an easy way to keep an eye on their activity levels, and perhaps work towards that goal of an active 10,000+ steps per day. But there are other users who find this feature useless.

If you belong to the latter group of people, then we will show you a quick and easy way on how to disable counting steps and tracking fitness activity feature on iOS 9.3.1 iPhone.

How To Stop iOS 9 iPhone From Counting Steps And Tracking Fitness Activity

Before you proceed we should admit that all the health data collected by your iOS 9.3.1 iPhone is in no way shared with anyone, not even Apple. It stays on only your device, or if you sometimes perform iCloud backups, it is safely encrypted so no one besides you can access this data. But if you don't want other see all these data by mistake then here is what to do.

Step 1) Navigate to Settings > Privacy > Motion & Fitness. There you will see a list of applications that can access your fitness activity. You may disable apps individually, or just turn off the master switch all together.

Step 2) Then if you want to disable any kind of activity tracking on your iOS 9.3.2 device, simply toggle off the Fitness Tracking button.

That's all you have to do to stop iOS 9.3.2 iPhone from counting steps and tracking fitness activity.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

iOS 9.3.2 VS iOS 9.3.1 Speed Comparison On iPhone 6s On Video

Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 0 Comments

If you are interested whether Apple’s latest software update will speed up your smartphone then check iOS 9.3.2 vs iOS 9.3.1 speed comparison on iPhone 6s on real video. You have chance to compare iOS 9.3.2 vs 9.3.1 speed and performance on iPhone 6s and make your own conclusions. It is always good to know whether it is good to upgrade to latest Apple software update or not.

iAppleBytes posted a video that compares iOS 9.3.2 against iOS 9.3.1 in a series of real-world tests like booting up, loading apps, and multitasking. 

Apple has released iOS 9.3.2 on Monday with bug fixes and some security improvements. The major feature that has been hidden in earlier beta releases was brought back and now users have the ability to use Low Power Mode and Night Shift at the same time. Although iOS 9.3.2 is not significant update, but it did bring a whole bunch of bug fixes that should make using your iPhone smoother and more stable. But will they make it any faster? Let's look at the video below to see iOS 9.3.2 vs iOS 9.3.1 speed comparison on iPhone 6s.

If you look carefully than you will not notice so big difference between this software versions running on the iPhone 6s. iOS 9.3.2 may have booted up a split-second faster, but you’re not going to notice that in every day use. And in most other situations, it’s exactly the same as iOS 9.3.1.

But that’s certainly not a bad thing. On the iPhone 6s, iOS 9.3.1 was already incredibly snappy, so as long as it didn’t get any slower — which it didn’t — there’s nothing to complain about. Your device will be just as fast as it was before, only now it’s more stable, too.

In conclusion we can say that iOS 9.3.2 show good speed and performance on the latest iPhone model. So if you haven’t already downloaded it, it is available as OTA update via Settings app > General > Software Update > Install Now. If you have some troubles with installation you can use direct download links and update you iDevice manually.

[Via YouTube]

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Download iOS 9.3.2 Update Via Public Direct Links

Tuesday, May 17, 2016 - 0 Comments

You can get the recent Apple's software update using iOS 9.3.2 download links below for your compatible iDevice. As you know Apple has launched the final version of iOS 9.3.2 to public on Monday following four beta releases to developer and public testers. This latest Apple's release is a minor point update to iOS 9.3.1, bringing in more under-the-hood improvements for stability, performance enhancements, security patches and bug fixes. 

Perhaps the most obvious user facing change to iOS 9.3.2 is the ability to enable Night Shift mode and Low Power Mode at the same time. iPhone SE owners will be glad to hear that this update fixes the Bluetooth accessory issue. Aside from that, other changes are bug resolutions and aim to resolve problems with dictionary definitions, VoiceOver, and a few other problems.

If you are jailbroken, it is important to note that there is currently no public jailbreak available for iOS 9.2 - 9.3.2 devices. The last public jailbreak released was compatible with iOS 9.1. If you are jailbroken on an older iOS firmware, stay away from updating to iOS 9.3.2 as there is no jailbreak available for it as yet. You’ve been warned. So keep that in mind.

To update to iOS 9.3.2, you can download the 91.3MB updated directly on your device following the next steps. 

Step 1.Back up your iDevice before proceed, either to iTunes or to iCloud

Step 2. Launch the “Settings” app and head to “Software Update”

Step 3. Click on “Download and Install” when iOS 9.3.2 appears

The device will reboot itself to successfully complete the install. In case you are not getting the OTA update you can also install this update by connecting your device to your computer and using iTunes. Here are public iOS 9.3.2 direct download links for iPhone and all compatible iDevices: 


iOS 9.3.2 (4S): iPhone4,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5 GSM): iPhone5,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5 GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone6,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone6,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5c GSM): iPhone5,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 5c GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6 Plus): iPhone7,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6): iPhone7,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6s): iPhone8,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone 6s+): iPhone8,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPhone SE): iPhone8,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw


iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 2 New): iPad2,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini Wi-Fi): iPad2,5_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini GSM): iPad2,6_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini CDMA): iPad2,7_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 4 Wi-Fi): iPad3,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 4 GSM): iPad3,5_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad 4 GSM_CDMA): iPad3,6_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad4,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad4,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad4,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad4,5_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air China): iPad4,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad4,6_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad4,7_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad4,8_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad4,9_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad5,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad5,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad5,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad5,2_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPad6,7_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPad6,8_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPad6,3_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPad6,4_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw

 iPod touch

iOS 9.3.2 (iPod touch 5G): iPod5,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.2 (iPod touch 6G): iPod7,1_9.3.2_13F69_Restore.ipsw


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