Apple just released the second beta for developers iOS 9.3.2. This release occurred just two weeks after the release of the first beta also for developers. At the moment there seems no public version, but that could change in the next few minutes. It is also possible that users do not have to wait for developers morning or in the worst case, a third beta 9.3.2 IOS that will most likely within two weeks exact.
Apple has not provided much information about the next version of iOS, merely stating that those problems specifically related to developers and things like dictionary, iBooks, Safari and simulator. In fact, the weight of the upgrade is not much higher than many applications App Store, staying at about 60MB. The code is build 13F61.
The next version of iOS should have been actually the last before the final version. It seems that Apple was planning to launch the first of these betas two weeks after the release of iOS 9.3, but had to release an update on emergency to fix a bug that became media after that launch and that prevented some users access links from applications.
The second beta of iOS 9.3.2 is now available from developer.apple.com, but soon also appear via OTA by going to Settings > General > Software Update for devices all users who have installed previous beta. As always, say we do not recommend installing this software or other testing phase unless ye developers or exactly know the dangers you face, the most common shutdowns and system instability.