Apple recently released the first beta for iOS 9.3.2 to developers via an OTA update and includes bug fixes and improvements.
The new features that iOS 9.3.2 brings to iOS 9 is uncertain now, but according to Apple, this update was mainly for bug zapping. One of the main issues that have been resolved is the lag that was present in Quick Actions when enabled in Landscape Mode.
This beta comes two weeks after Apple released iOS 9.3 to the public. The iOS 9.3 release wasn’t as smooth as the company had expected. There were plenty of bugs, activation issues with older iPhone and iPads, and even a bad Siri bug.
Apple then released iOS 9.3.1, with a bug fix for a Safari issue that caused apps to crash when clicked on links. However, many consumers have been complaining about bad battery life with 9.3.1.
Now, the latest iOS 9.3.2 beta update includes more bug fixes and is available for registered iOS developers. A public beta is also available for download if you want to test the software. Hopefully, the iOS 9.3.2 will improve battery life.
The iOS 9.3.2 beta carries build number 13F51a and can either be downloaded from the iOS developer center or via OTA.