Earlier this week, Apple has returned to start the machinery of betas and released to developers the first beta of iOS 9.3.3. Just a day later, yesterday, Apple released the first public beta of the same version of iOS. Since the company launched the program of public betas, the company is launching a beta weekly updates iOS, thanks to the feedback you’re getting not only developers but also users who want to try the latest iOS before its final release.
This latest version of iOS in beta is available for all devices in the company except for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, a device that has been blocking problems since Apple released the final version of iOS 9.3.2, which which it seems to confirm that the company today has not yet found the problem of error 56, which has blocked some of these devices to upgrade to iOS 9.3.2 forcing users to restore the previous version if it worked with that device iOS 9.3.1.
This latest version of iOS, has focused on improving the functioning and performance of iOS, so we will not find, at least in this first beta, any aesthetic or functional novelty that attracts attention. If you are signed up for the program betas and want to see if the performance of this new beta improves the performance of your device before installing it, then several iAppleBytes videos where we can see a speed test between the first beta of iOS 9.3 we leave .3 and the version that is currently signing Apple, iOS 9.3.2.
Speed test on the iPhone 6s Vs iOS 9.3.3 iOS 9.3.2 Beta 1
iOS 9.3.3 Beta 1 Vs iOS 9.3.2 on iPhone 6 speed test
Speed Test iPhone 5 iOS 9.3.3 vs iOS 9.3.2 Beta 1
Speed test on iPhone 4s iOS 9.3.3 vs iOS 9.3.2 Beta 1