Download iOS 9.3.2 Beta 1 – Available For Compatible iPhone, iPad, iPod touch Devices
Apple has seeded iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 for compatible iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices and is now available to download for registered developers.
iOS 9.3.2 Beta 1 Arrives Just After The Release Of iOS 9.3.1
A week back Apple released iOS 9.3.1 download for the masses, bringing with it a fix for devices which was causing them to crash whenever they tapped on a Safari link. Today, Apple has released the first ever beta of iOS 9.3.2, giving us a clear sign that the company is not done with the development of its mobile operating system even for a few days.
On the face of things, it seems as though iOS 9.3.2 is a pure bug fix release with a load of focus on performance and stability. And given the fact that we’re seeing a beta of iOS 9.3.2 first and not the final release immediately, therefore it’s safe to assume that a bunch of work will go into its development process before it’s deemed ready for everyone to use.
At this current point in time, iOS 9.3.2 is available for registered developers only. This means that you must have an Apple Developer Program account with the Cupertino giant to get the ball rolling. The membership costs $99 on an annual basis, which grants you access to beta software for every Apple platform in return – iOS, OS X, tvOS, watchOS. A worthwhile investment if you’re asking us, provided you call yourself an Apple diehard fan. We’re sure you do.
Before you go ahead with the installation process of the beta, it’s worth mentioning that you should load the new iOS 9.3.2 beta onto a device which is not your daily driver. We can’t say for sure at this point in time how stable the new pre-release build is and hence recommend that everyone should exercise a bit of caution. We’re quite certain that you have an old iPhone, iPad, iPod touch lying around to test the beta, so turn your stern towards that before making a mighty leap.
We will update our readers accordingly as more beta releases of iOS 9.3.2 make it onto the scene. And furthermore, we will update this post as well if we spot something noticeable in this release, so be sure to tune back in after a while.
We urge developers to try out this new beta to make sure that their apps and games are compatible with Cupertino’s latest mobile firmware. You don’t want a botched release now do you? Of course not.