Apple released the second beta of iOS 9.3.3 to developers. This release occurred just two weeks after the first beta, the usual period in which the Cupertino often release a new version in beta testing unless something happens. The new version is now available from the Apple Developer Center or via OTA update to all users who have the developer version of the first beta of iOS 9.3.3 installed.
Although it is the second beta of the next version of iOS, this is the first beta of iOS 9.3.3 that is available for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. As you know, iOS 9.3.2 came with an unexpected problem that prevented some 9.7-inch iPad Pro be able to boot the system. When affected users trying to restore the device, iTunes showed them the Error 56, why that version of iOS retired and was relaunched last week. That should also be the reason that the first beta of iOS 9.3.3 was not available for the smaller iPad Pro.
When they released the previous version of iOS, we were not few who thought it would be the last we would see until the presentation of iOS 10 but we had not. The next will be a version that will focus on correcting errors and optimize the system, not having been discovered so far no striking novelty from which to speak. Thinking wrong, we can also think that Apple’s intention is not to give room for hackers teams engaged in launching tools to do the jailbreak.
Whether for whatever reason, what it does is certain is that we have new beta of iOS 9.3.3 to developers. The public version should also arrive this week.