IBTimes UK

Several 9.7in iPad Pro users are said to be experiencing random crashes and unexpected reboots on their device even after upgrading to iOS 9.3.2.

MacRumors reports that the random crashes on a wide range of 9.7in iPad Pro models are leading to soft reboots or a complete boot failure in some cases. The issue is reportedly persistent across different iPad Pro models regardless of storage capacity, colour, and WiFi or cellular capabilities.

Some users have also reported that they have to force their iPad Pro to reboot by holding the power and home buttons, following an unexpected boot failure.

The unexpected reboots have been known to occur while using Safari or when switching to other apps from Safari or vice-versa. However, it is confirmed that the browser is not the underlying cause of this issue.

Apple is yet to comment on the issue or release a bug-fix update for the random crashes and reboot issues in iOS 9.3.2. Although some users have already started availing replacements for the device at their nearest Apple Store, the issue seems to be persistent on newer models as well.

The new iOS update is also plagued with a mysterious 'Error 56' message which has rendered some devices absolutely unusable.