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atlchamp

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Please report bugs to bugreport.apple.com (a developer account is not required to do this).

iOS 9.3.3 Beta 3
Build:
13G29


Bugs (new to iOS 9.3.3 beta 3):


Changes:


Bug Fixes:


Performance:
 

oodi

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Ok pasting from another thread.

Beta 3 has some weird brightness issue. It gets brighter or less for no reason at all. I remember this issue from iOS 10 beta.

Internally apple lives in a source code merge hell I think.
 
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Looney01

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How do I upgrade to beta 3? I'm running iOS 9.3.3 beta 2 but when I go to check for updates it only gives me the iOS 10 beta 1
 
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Looney01

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Thanks, didn't realize there were 2 different profiles. Still had the iOS 10 one.
 
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zorinlynx

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Is there a way to install an update without having iCloud Photo Library have to redownload everything?

It's incredibly obnoxious; ends up downloading a few GB and running warm for several hours.
 
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gwang73

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Is there a way to install an update without having iCloud Photo Library have to redownload everything?
It's incredibly obnoxious; ends up downloading a few GB and running warm for several hours.

Either install the update via OTA or option-click the 'check for update' button in iTunes using the .ipsw file. Doing it this way, I've never had my iCloud Photo Library reset.
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I hope that they got the bad battery drain fixed
I haven't had a battery drain issue on any of the 9.3.3 betas on my iPhone SE.
 
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sbailey4

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I hope that they got the bad battery drain fixed
No issues here either. I suspect its an app issue rather than iOS causing your problem. Just a guess. I would look at the usage and see if you can narrow whats using the battery. Maybe a "reset all settings" is in order too if you cannot find anything specific.

Side note: this beta does seem more fluid and responsive. Looking good so far!
 
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Mlrollin91

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Battery life seems to be really solid with this build. 1hr16min usage/3hr5minutes standby @97%. Typically I get 1hr usage per 10%, so 9-10hrs of solid usage. Can't wait to see what this build brings. So far I'm on track for 20hrs on my 6s! (Obviously it won't really hit 20hrs, but could hit 12+).
 
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monnyblack1

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Battery life seems to be really solid with this build. 1hr16min usage/3hr5minutes standby @97%. Typically I get 1hr usage per 10%, so 9-10hrs of solid usage. Can't wait to see what this build brings. So far I'm on track for 20hrs on my 6s! (Obviously it won't really hit 20hrs, but could hit 12+).
Thk GOD I think that I'm going to try it
 
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tbaer

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b2 has worked great for me on 6se. Same with b3 so far. I think they might take their time with this 9.3.3 release to make it a solid last 9.3 release before the switch to 10 unless there are any new security holes to plug between now and fall of course.
 
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gwhizkids

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Coming back here felt like visiting a ghost town. But I have stuck with 9.3.3 for my daily driver, so here I am too!
 
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Yun0

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Again no new beta for Apple Watch, the orphan child of Apple.. watchOS 2.2.2 beta may be identical with final release again. As we see before on 2.2.1

ipod touch is the orphan child, poor thing had no reason to die whatsoever..its like an affordable ipad mini/iphone se
 
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iOSUser7

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I noticed that in 9.3.2, when you plug your device and have the charging logo, the status bar is now appearing whereas before it would only appear after the big battery logo fade out.

This is what I mean :

ios7-011.jpg


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The first one is a screenshot from iOS 7 beta 1 but this apply for everything from 7.0 to 9.3.1 whereas the second is from 9.3.2.
Can anyone running 9.3.3 confirm if this has been changed (fixed ?).

I prefer the old fade out, fade in effect but oh well it's a tiny change anyway.
 
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