Apple released the first beta versions of iOS 9.3.3 and tvOS 9.2.2 .


Como es habitual en las primeras versiones beta de un nuevo lanzamiento, esta nueva versión sólo está disponible para desarrolladores, aunque cualquier usuario no desarrollador podrá descargarla e instalarla como ha venido siendo habitual desde el año pasado. Eso sí, no recomendamos su instalación, puesto que lo más probable es que se experimenten fallos (si se experimentan después de 4 betas…). Apple no ha incluido lista de cambios para esta nueva versión, por lo que se espera que, cuando llegue el momento, se lanzará para corregir errores y seguir puliendo el sistema operativo. A la espera de la versión corregida de iOS 9.3.2, podemos valorar la posibilidad (remota) de que esa versión ya no se lance para iPad Pro de 9.7 pulgadas y que una de las correcciones que incluya iOS 9.3.3 es que funcione sin problemas en la última tablet de la manzana en lanzarse. En cualquier caso, lo que sí es claro es que tenemos nueva beta.

Apple has released few minutes ago the first beta of iOS 9.3.3 to developers, so there will be, at least one more version of iOS in September. The launch occurred only a week after the release of iOS 9.3.2 and that the same version for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro retire because holders of small professional version of the Apple tablet could see how your iPad Pro could not start. When we are hoping that the new version of iOS 9.3.2 without such failure is released, Apple has released a beta of the next version, a beta that, in fact, is not available for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, which we suggests that they have not yet managed to solve the problem.

As usual in the early beta versions of a new release, this new version is available only to developers, but any user no developer can download and install as has been usual since last year. Just we do not recommend installation, since it most likely experience failures.


The build of iOS 9.3.3 beta is 13G12 (though the changelog is curiously reference to iOS 9.3.2) and is available to download via the Developer Center or over the air for registered devices.
They do not know what’s new in these updates yet, but these are minor update unlikely we will see big changes. The most likely relates to the resolution of a iOS 9.3.2 bug that caused some lock on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro (update removed by Apple).  apple-tv-4th-genIn the wake, developers will also find the first beta for tvOS 9.2.2 (13Y807). The release notes do not help us much to see clearer. Apple describes two known bugs for iOS simulator and the dictionary, and it’s all for now. We will keep you updated on what’s new.

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