As usual, you can download the update through the Over the Air (OTA) update on your iPhone or iPad by navigating to Settings, then General, and Software Update, or by connecting to iTunes and downloading and installing the update from the Preferences screen.
If Apple has not patched the exploit, it could mean that the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak will also be compatible with iOS 10.3.2.
Despite only releasing iOS 10.3.1 a few weeks ago, the release of the new update comes in the aftermath of the Wanna Cry ransomware, which has infected computers and wreaked havoc across the world.
These will probably the penultimate or last updates to iOS 10 and macOS Sierra until Apple announces the big refresh next month. In fact, the lists of security fixes in these updates are quite long.
If you're active in the iOS jailbreak community, you've probably heard by now that Pangu has developed a jailbreaking tool for iOS 10.3.1. The update appears to focus on behind-the-scenes fixes and performance improvements rather than all-new features. Rumors say Apple will release the upcoming tvOS update with a picture-in-picture feature, which will allow the Apple TV to compete with Amazon's Fire TV and Roku. You'll need to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the latest iOS version, and have enough battery or be plugged to your charger.
Adds support for media-free installation of Windows 10 Creators Update using Boot Camp.
A separate update for Safari looks to patch up three holes in the browser itself and 23 vulnerabilities in WebKit, many of which are also addressed in the iOS updates.