Today, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 9.3.2 to developers, the registered developers can directly get this update via OTA or visit the Apple Developer Center page to download the latest beta for testing. One week ago, the company released iOS 9.3.1 fixed a bug causing Safari and other stock apps to crash after clicking a web link.
New beta of iOS 9.3.2 iOS 9.3.2, build 13F51a, which focuses on under-the-hood performance improvements such as the Quick Actions now open up smoothly in landscape mode with none of the jittering or lag that’s been present in past versions of iOS 9.3. New beta also includes bug fixes that have been discovered since the release of iOS 9.3.
A public beta may be made available to testers later this week.
Moreover Apple also seeds OS X 10.11.5 beta 1 (bulid 15F18b) just over two weeks after the OS X 10.11.4 released to public, the beta 1 mainly contains some bug fixes, performance improvements, and security and stability fixes.
The new OS X 10.11.5 update can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center.
Similar to the OS X 10.11.5, the initial beta and the first pre-release seed of watchOS 2.2.1 also follows a fairly prominent watchOS 2.2 update, doesn’t actually introduce any user-facing changes. Changelog page of Apple data informs everyone downloading the update contains bug fixes and the obligatory performance improvements that are designed to promote an overall positive user-experience to those interacting with the Apple Watch on their wrist. Possibilities there still include changes to fix additional issues found in watchOS 2.2. We will update if any info becomes available.
With a device registered for Apple’s developer firmware updates can grab the latest update via the Apple Watch app on the connected iPhone through the Software Update mechanism.
Owners of fourth-generation Apple TV will enthusiastically looking forward to seeing what Apple do with the underlying tvOS platform. The popularity of Apple TV 4 makes anyone happy to know about what’s upcoming into their television. This latest pre-release seed is a definite continuation of that tvOS firmware, but it seems nothing really exciting to write home. Like most updates that follow on form a fairly significant release, tvOS 9.2 in this case, the first beta of tvOS 9.2.1 contains nothing more than the standard bug fixes and performance improvements.
Installation of this inital tvOS 9.2.1 beta will require having the Apple TV connected to a computer via a USB-C cable, and installking the firmware file directly from iTunes or using official Apple Configurator.