iOS 9.3.2, OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan Public Beta Released

Uzair Ghani
Posted 7 months ago

Apple has released iOS 9.3.2, OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan for Public Beta testers. The new software arrives exactly after a day the aforementioned builds were seeded to registered developers.

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Public Beta Builds Of iOS 9.3.2 And OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan Have Arrived

iOS 9.3.2 beta and OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan beta aren’t huge updates, and strictly focus on bug fixes and performance enhancements. Even with that packed under the hood, Apple deems it necessary for its pre-release software to be available to Public Beta testers, ensuring they get back a good amount of feedback, subsequently enabling the company to push out a stable piece of software come release day.

If you are a registered developer with Apple, then you can grab the pre-release bits of iOS 9.3.2 and OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan directly from the Apple Developer Program website. In case you’re wondering, the membership will set you back $99 on an annual basis, granting you early access to every beta software coming out of the Cupertino camp.

But, if you’re not a developer, then you can grab the Public Beta build of iOS 9.3.2 or OS X 10.11.5, which is absolutely free to download and try. Simply point your browser to, enroll your device with Apple using your Apple ID, follow the given instructions, and wait for the software to install onto your device. Depending on the age of your device the software may take quite a bit to install so exercise patience. We also recommend backing everything up properly before you make the leap.


Although iOS 9.3.2 and OS X 10.11.5 are quite stable, given the software is in beta, but we recommend that you hold back from installing it right away and wait till at least two or three betas have hit the scene. At that point things will be more stable, and Apple would’ve ironed out most of the bugs from its new software.

Apple Seeds iOS 9.3.2 Beta 4 And OS X 10.11.5 Beta 4 To Developers And Public Beta Testers

Lastly, we recommend that you install the beta software on a device that is not your daily driver. But if you’re still feeling daring enough to try Apple’s new software, then that’s entirely your call and we can’t convince you enough to do what we suggest. Still, do the right thing.

If you do manage to download and install iOS 9.3.2 or OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan Public Beta onto your devices, then be sure to let us know about your experience in the comments section below. We’ll be waiting to hear back from you!

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