Few minutes ago, Apple released the third beta of iOS 9.3.2 to developers. The launch occurred less than a week after the release of the previous beta for developers, six days to be exact. The first public beta, which coincides with the second developer, launched last April 21, so it’s likely that tomorrow a new public beta is released.
Beyond the ability to turn on Night Shift and energy saving mode at the same time, we could say that all the new features iOS 9.3.2 will be, as they say Apple in any update to improve the stability, security and reliability operating system, which, if met, is always welcome.
Although Apple has not yet sent invitations to the event, we know that the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2016 will be held between 13 and 17 June, which is within just over six weeks. As I have said on several occasions, most likely Apple developers already are focusing on the next versions of all operating systems, so if there are no surprises, will iOS 10 OS X 10.12, TVOS 10 watchOS 3. If they do not cover a relatively serious security breach, iOS 9.3.2 should be the last version of iOS was launched in September.
As always, say we do not recommend installing this or any other software in testing because normal is that, although we are talking about a version that could be considered mature, we meet unforeseen failures, such as closures applications, reboots or system instability. If despite our warning you decide to install, do not hesitate to leave your experience in the comments.