iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1 Now Available
iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1 for public testers has been released. The pre-release build is available for all compatible iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices.
iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1 Arrives Just A Day After The Developer Oriented Build Was Released
iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 was released yesterday for all compatible iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices, with the latest 9.7-inch iPad Pro being left out of the party since the Cupertino giant hasn’t figured out Error 56 just yet. Exactly a day after the release, Apple has seeded iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1 to public testers, which means that you don’t have to be a registered developer with Apple in order to download the company’s latest mobile firmware.
Getting to grips with iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1 is a walk in the park. Simply head over to beta.apple.com and sign in with the Apple ID which you’re using on the device on which you want to install iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1. Once done, simply enroll your iOS device, download the update profile and follow the on-screen instructions for installation. And since the firmware download completely happens over the air, therefore we recommend that you leave your iPhone or iPad absolutely idle during the download process.
We wouldn’t recommend installing iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1 onto your device just yet. It’s the first ever beta of a brand new piece of software and we can’t even take a wild guess at this point where the software might give up the ghost for the user. But if you’re feeling quite daring and adventurous then go ahead installing iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1. After all, it’s absolutely free, unlike the developer oriented build, and if you’re not feeling the positive vibe of the OS after installation, you also have the option to downgrade iOS 9.3.3 beta straight away.
When the final build of iOS 9.3.3 will drop in the public domain is anyone’s guess at this point. iOS 9.3.2 for instance, ended up seeing four pre-release builds before landing on devices around the globe, therefore we should expect a wait of at least half a month until we see iOS 9.3.3 final. But still, it’s worth the wait, and we would give Apple as much time as possible to make sure things tick along nicely come release day.
Meanwhile, if you’re feeling the need to install and test iOS 9.3.3 Public Beta 1 right now, then simply pick up your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and head over to beta.apple.com. Also let us know in the comments section what you think about the release.