Along with today’s iOS 9.3 public release, Rogers and Fido customers may have noticed a 24.1 carrier update was released with it, as seen below:
The last time we saw a Rogers/Fido carrier update was last month, with the release of 23.2, which fixed iPhone Wi-Fi Calling for some users.
How to install this carrier update? For us, after updating to iOS 9.3, it was already installed. But if you’re not seeing it, going to Settings > General > About usually triggers an update.
We’ve reached out to Rogers for clarification on what changes come with this update, so stayed tuned as we update this post shortly.
Update: Rogers directed us to visit Apple’s security document for iOS 9.3, which means this update most likely brings the usual bug fixes and performance improvements.
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