Apple releases iOS 9.3.3, watchOS 2.2.2 and OS X 10.11.6 with minor fixes

Well, we already have it here: Apple this afternoon launched the final version of iOS 9.3.3. This version arrived two weeks after the last beta, the fifth, after two consecutive weeks of beta releases. Like iOS 9.3.2, the new version of iOS has been released, except for a major surprise in which an exceptional novelty is discovered, to correct problems and optimize the speed and reliability of the system.

From what we have been able to verify in the 5 betas that have been launched, iOS 9.3.3 does this works a little better than the previous versionBut it's not too noticeable either. One of the problems with the latest versions of iOS (iOS 8 and iOS 9) is that Apple has encrypted the system from top to bottom, which it seems it won't do in iOS 10. If absolutely everything is encrypted in a system, the device has to handle more information and ultimately the system suffers. It's unclear if Apple will stop encrypting the kernel and other iOS 10 images when the system is officially released, but they have already confirmed that it degrades performance.

iOS 9.3.3 arrives to fix problems and optimize the system

Like any other official update, iOS 9.3.3 is already available on iTunes and via OTA. If it hasn't appeared yet, have a little patience, as it can take half an hour to appear. On the other hand, it is also advisable to wait a few hours before trying to update because in the first hours when a new version is available the servers slow down a little and we may encounter another problem.

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It should also be remembered that Apple has not been 100% correct in its latest versions and that being the first to install this new version, we can also be the ones to discover that it has a serious bug, so, to take care of our health, I would recommend waiting at least until tomorrow at this time.

And if iOS 9.3.3 is not an exceptional version, neither is watchOS 2.2.2, an operating system that even had fewer betas than the rest of the systems and which also came to correct certain errors and refine the system . and OS X 10.11.6. It is clear that the big launch of the Apple Watch will take place in September with watchOS 3, and the Apple Watch 2? As always, if you have already installed the final version of iOS 9.3.3, watchOS 2.2.2 or OS