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Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming iOS 9.3.2 update to developers for testing purposes, just over two weeks after the public release of iOS 9.3. iOS 9.3, the third major update to iOS 9, introduced Night Shift mode and other feature improvements. iOS 9.3.2 also comes a week after the release of iOS 9.3.1, a bug fix update that addressed an issue causing Safari and other apps to crash after a web link was tapped.

The iOS 9.3.2 beta, build 13F51a, is available for download immediately from the Apple Developer Center and may be made available to public beta testers later this week.

We don't know what changes iOS 9.3.2 will bring to iOS 9, but according to its release notes, it focuses on under-the-hood performance improvements and fixes for bugs that have been discovered since the release of iOS 9.3. We will update this post with any changes that are found in the new beta.

What's new in iOS 9.3.2 beta 1:

Quick Actions - Quick Actions now open up smoothly in landscape mode with none of the jittering or lag that's been present in past versions of iOS 9.3.

Article Link: Apple Seeds First Beta of iOS 9.3.2 to Developers With Bug Fixes and Improvements
 

Mascots

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I'm happy Apple is getting more consistent with pushing out minor and semi-major version changes over the iOS 9 course.

I'd like to see more of this and less focus on delaying minor tweaks, feature implementations, and bugs until the next major update.
 
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LordBeelzebub

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Has any body used a selfie stick recently with the new ios 9.3.1 on a 6S? I can no longer use mine. My wife has a 6s also and it works with hers, but she hasn't upgraded to 9.3x yet.
 

twocents

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I wonder why they can't go back to announcing the next iOS version in the Spring prior to WWDC and having more time to iron out bugs? Yes they are inevitable no matter how many betas, developer and public betas are now a thing, etc. but that extra time can only help them...
 

ibkin

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I wonder why they can't go back to announcing the next iOS version in the Spring prior to WWDC and having more time to iron out bugs? Yes they are inevitable no matter how many betas, developer and public betas are now a thing, etc. but that extra time can only help them...

Not to mention it would give developers time to think of good questions to ask the engineers at WWDC.
 
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