Apple has released yesterday the fifth beta of iOS 9.3.3, tvOS 9.2.2 and OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. This release has occurred just a week after the previous version, a fourth beta arrived on 29 June. The update is now available from the Apple Developer Center or via OTA to all users who have installed previous beta.
iOS 9.3.3 is a version that will include only minor corrections. With this in mind, it makes more sense even our recommendation not to install this beta or any other software in the testing phase, since the problems that we can find could be much greater than the benefits of this beta test. This new version should install only the developers or users who are experiencing an annoying bug in iOS 9.3.2 and want to try if the next version solves.
This beta comes just 24 hours after the release of the second beta of iOS 10.0. Unlike beta yesterday, this Beta is available to users developers, although we have already mentioned that, although expected to include performance enhancements, speed and stability, not worth trying this new version unless we are developers or we experience at least one annoying problem in iOS 9.3.2, the latest official version is available.
Given the haste that are occurring with this release, most likely this month, maybe in two weeks, Apple releases third beta of iOS 10 for developers with the first version of the same public and the final version iOS 9.3.3.
As the fifth beta of iOS 9.3.3 beta 5 of tvOS 9.2.2 and OS X 10.11.6 not include important news to speak of. When officially launched, all new versions will come with minor corrections, which seek to optimize the system and remove small flaws that have been discovered since the release of tvOS 9.2.1 and OS X 10.11.5. In any case, if it improves our feelings will be including the best of news.
After the release of these new betas, it misses one of watchOS. If I’m not mistaken, and looking in the file, only one that came was launched on June 6 with the second betas of tvOS 9.2.2 and OS X 10.11.6. Why Apple is taking it so calmly with the operating system for the Apple Watch? It is impossible to know, but many users say watchOS 3.0 was the best presented at the last WWDC and gives the feeling that Apple will no longer pay much attention to watchOS 2.x only wants to focus on the next version should arrive sometime time after the summer, probably with iOS 10.0 and tvOS 10.0. If the roadmap of recent years continues, macOS Sierra should arrive in October
As always, if despite our warning you decide to install any of the new beta 5, do not hesitate to leave your experiences in the comments.