Apple has just made available to download iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 on compatible devices of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This rollout comes less than a week after Apple dropped a bug fix update in the form of 9.3.1 firmware to public late last week.
Not everything but Apple’s iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 release notes only mentions bug fixes and under-the-hood performance improvements as changes in 9.3.2 compared to previous iOS 9.3 and iOS 9.3.1 releases. Update this post with info if we spot any other changes made by this new release.
It was last month on March 21st, Apple released iOS 9.3 final to public, bringing in many new features such as Night Shift, password/Touch ID protected Notes, CarPlay enhancements and much more. After its initial release of iOS 9.3 was attacked with critical bugs, Apple then used iOS 9.3.1 late last week with fixes in place for all supported iPhones, ipads and iPod touch devices.
Just yesterday, Apple stopped signing iOS 9.2.1 firmware, making downgrade not possible from iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1 to 9.2.1 in the process.
As usual! This iOS 9.3.1 beta 1 (13F51a) is only available for those developers who are registered on the Apple Developr program both as an OTA download and as an iTunes restorable IPSW file.
Currently, iOS 9.3.1 beta 1 is not available to public beta testers, and it’s a matter of time before Apple makes it live to those testers registered on Apple Public Beta program. So, stay tuned!
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