A week after releasing the second iOS 9.3.2 beta, Apple has now started seeding the third beta of iOS 9.3.2 update to developers. Compatible with iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, the new beta is a small incremental update over the iOS 9.3 update that introduced Touch ID notes and Night shift feature. Also Read - Apple CEO Tim Cook claims iOS is more secure than AndroidAlso Read - Apple Music Lossless, Spatial Audio features with Dolby Atmos coming soon to India
Carrying a build number 13F65 and about 32MB in size, the update brings stability improvement and some notable bug fixes. The update fixes a major Game Center bug, which caused white screen of death while launching some games. It also reintroduces the ability to use the Night Shift feature when the device is running on Low Power Mode. Also Read - Apple sells more iPads in early 2021 than ever, grows along with Samsung
To recall, with the iOS 9.3 update Apple introduced a handful of useful features like Night Shift mode that changes the display colors to a warmer tone for better readability. Apple also added Touch ID fingerprint support to the Notes app, allowing you to lock and access your notes using your fingerprint.
iOS 9.3 also adds deeper synchronization of CarPlay with Apple Music. You can now use CarPlay to access major features such as artists, albums and songs. Apple education service also gets a new feature, where admins can have one portal from where they can purchase apps and manage Apple IDs too. That s not all; the new Classroom app also allows teachers to track the progress of their students.
The latest beta release for developers can be found on Apple Developer Center, which requires you to have a paid account. Like always, the third iOS 9.3.2 beta is likely to become available for public beta testers sometime in the coming days.