9.3.2 Beta 1 Bug Fixes, Improvements, Issues

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macrumors regular
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Jun 28, 2013
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Please report bugs to bugreport.apple.com (a developer account is not required to do this).

iOS 9.3.2 beta 1
Developer Beta/Public Beta
Build: 13F51a

(new to 9.3.2):

- Home sharing to iMac with 10.11.5 DP1 does not work.
- When editing playlist using Music app, song may not be able to put at the end of the queue. If forcing to do so, after multiple retries, "duplicate" song entries will appear, or you can drag a song over the other, covering its entry, or there are ghost entries. Effect may vary.


Game Center issue resolved. For many peoples GC returns a blank screen, now seems it's working again.


- New Darwin Kernel Version 15.5.0
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macrumors 6502
Jul 4, 2015
Cool, thanks.


Pulled the trigger. DL now on iPhone 6s and Air 2. I need my devices to last longer. They are both at half of what 9.2.1/9.3B were.
I pulled the trigger on my main device iPhone 5s. Waiting to see how it is before putting on my iPod touch 5 and iPad Air.


macrumors G5
Nov 20, 2008
Ventura County
Please post your observations. I've never run betas on my personal use devices (we keep separate devices for development), but if it works for enough people I'll be forced to do it, since I can't keep my phones/iPad on the charger all the time.
Will do. Typically takes me 3-4 hours to observe battery life. I'm a little crazy and have a method of observation after every single update and document it. Mainly to see if there is increased background usage while nothing is running on the phone. 9.3.1 was better than 9.3 final, but 9.3B were incredible. Even though its my primary device, I have a backup for 9.3.1.


macrumors 65816
Aug 12, 2015
Kinda have to balance benefits of using a x.x.# beta with the disadvantages.

Disadvantages: potential loss in stability and new issues.

Advantages: very minimal improvements or new features to try out; ability to improve the beta.

This is why I'm skeptical on jumping on this beta. I'd understand x.# betas because they're relatively more significant because of new features.

This should've been a straight up release without a beta honestly.


macrumors 65816
Feb 9, 2016
My 6S Plus has stellar battery life on 9.3.1. Mine is Samsung chip. Lasts 2 days easily.

Those complaining of poor battery life are TSMC probably. :p

9.3.2 beta contains so little that I won't be installing and sacrificing my battery life of 9.3.1.
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