I recently read a question on Apple Communities, it said as below:
“I was updating my iPhone 6 to iOS 9.3.5, last night and this morning when i looked at my phone several of my contacts were missing. I tried to put a dare range to it but it doesn’t make sense. Some contacts that I have were added only months ago, while I am missing some that I have had for years.”
You may also meet this issue. Because, in the process of updating to a new iOS operating system, no matter recently iOS 9.3.5 or upcoming iOS 10, your device will be backed up and then restored. In the whole process, you should keep your iPhone connected to computer or iCloud in a stable state, or you may lose something. In this post, we give you some tips about how to restore iPhone contacts. If your iPhone contacts disappeared after iOS update, these tips may be helpful.
How to Get Back Missing Contacts on iPhone
- Restart your device, or Force restart your device.
- If you are using iCloud, you can go to iCloud.com to check whether your lost contacts are there. Or you can try to turn off iCloud and then login.
- If you are using Google contacts or some other email contacts, you can login your email contacts to get back lost contacts. Or re-login your email on your iOS device to retrieve disappeared contacts.
- If you have created an iOS backup, you can restore your device with the latest backup to get your lost contacts. Of course, sometimes when you don’t know whether the backup contains contacts, you can use backup viewers to check whether the contacts are backed up to the backup.
airdrop not working
“After latest update of iOS 9.3.2 and hard reset and network reset, no resolvement. Anyone else having this problem? When tapping on air drop and sharing photos, won’t search for nearby contacts or anyone if tapped on contacts Only / Everyone”
One iPhone 6 users asked for help on iOS 9.3.2 Airdrop not working problem.
As one of iPhone or iPad users, you may also catch this issue and find your Airdrop won’t work on your device. In this situation, what can you do to get your airdrop work again. Below are some basic tips to this issue. Now let’s check the list.
How To Fix AirDrop Not Working in iOS 9/9.3.1/9.3.2
Source: AirDrop Not Working
- Turn off and then turn on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
- Force restart your devices. Hold on both of “Power” and “Home” buttons for several seconds.
- Turn off and then turn on iCloud at Settings > iCloud.
- Update iOS to latest version.
- Reset Networks at Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
- Use alternative tools, such as iTunes, Email, Instant Messenger,or professional transfer tool – AnyTrans, to share songs, pictures, contacts, etc on your device.
Share your opinion on the comment section if you have some other solutions!
Apple released a small iOS update – iOS 9.3.2, aim to fix some iOS 9.3.1 problems that impacted iOS users. However, it also bring a serious bug to iPad Pro 9.7’’ users.
iPad Pro 9.7 Bricked by iOS 9.3.2 and Pop Up Error 56
It bricked some iPad Pro 9.7. And when connecting bricked device to iTunes and going to restore device from backup, it would pop up error 56, which according to Apple official website, is a hardware issue. So if you have one 9.7 inch iPad Pro, wait for some days until the bug be fixed. And if you are one of affected users, you can contact Apple Support for help, but actually you can do nothing untill Apple throw its solution, which may be in a new iOS 9.3.2 update or recent iOS 9.3.3.
Should I Update to iOS 9.3.2?
If you are running iOS 9 and later, and not a iPad Pro 9.7 user, you can update this new iOS software update, which could make your device more safe, although you might meet some new update problem, such as Safari crash or iTunes won’t sync.