iOS 9.3.2 Beta 3 Has Been Released – Developers Only
Just a week after the second beta was released, iOS 9.3.2 beta 3 has been pushed to the Apple Developer Program website for immediate download.
iOS 9.3.2 Beta 2 Is Available For Developers – Nothing More Than A Maintenance Release
iOS 9.3.2 is no more than a bug fix and performance enhancing release, and despite all that, Apple saw it fit to give the pre-release mobile software some beta airtime before pushing it out to the general public. And with the release of iOS 9.3.2 beta 3, Apple has given a clear sign to everyone that it has sped up its development behind the scenes, ensuring that things are top notch whenever iOS 9.3.2 final is released to the public.
If you have iOS 9.3.2 beta already installed onto your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, then updating to the third beta release is a piece of cake. Simply connect your device to WiFi and an AC power source, launch the Settings app and head over to General > Software Update. Wait for a few seconds and iOS 9.3.2 beta 3 will pop right up for download. You will be required to restart your device so be sure to keep that in mind.
Looking to install iOS 9.3.2 beta onto your device? Then simply head over to the Apple Developer Program website to grab the latest pre-release bits of Apple’s latest mobile firmware. Also, do keep in mind that you’re required to have a live Apple Developer Program membership with the Cupertino giant in order to download iOS 9.3.2. Even if you don’t, then you can still grab iOS 9.3.2 as a public beta build as well, details of which can be found by heading over to beta.apple.com.
Regardless of which route you’re taking – developer or public beta – we highly recommend that you install iOS 9.3.2 beta 3 on a device that does not serve the purpose of a daily driver with you. And even in our testing, we found iOS 9.3.2 beta to be quite stable in general, but despite that, it’s still beta software, with no clear sign where and when the pre-release firmware will serve as a roadblock during usage for you. So make sure you are well aware of all the risks involved when it comes to handling beta software. Lastly, make sure that you’re well prepared to downgrade your device in case something goes wrong, or you happen to have a change of mind for some reason. We recommend downloading the iOS 9.3.1 final firmware file just in case.