Today , Apple seeded new betas to developers. To be more specific, the first betas of tvOS 9.2.1, OS X 10.11.5 and watchOS 2.2.1, which bind to the first beta of iOS 9.3.2 (iOS 9.3.1 might have been if they had to be fixed the problem of links). Apparently, all versions agree on one thing: they have released (or will when publicly launch) to correct errors and improve reliability and overall system performance.
This new version of iOS comes to correct errors and improve system stability. The launch occurred just over two weeks after iOS 9.3, as it was probably planned if not because at this time iOS 9.3.1 was also released to fix the problem that prevented some (many) users to access some links.
The update is now available from the Apple Developer Center and the next minute it will also be via OTA. If there are no surprises, users are not developers can download (from unofficial sources) and install this version, but there should be a public version in the next few days (or maybe already next week). As each time a new version is released, saying that if we do not recommend installation unless you’re developer or have in mind you are going to experience failure.
In the case of watchOS 2.2.1, the system has come accompanied by a new SDK so that they can develop and build native applications for Apple Watch have the next version of watchOS installed. TVOS already received the biggest upgrade to date with the launch of TVOS 9.2, so it seems unlikely that we will see new features or design changes in the next version. As mentioned above, it appears that in all four cases the new version will be launched to correct errors and improve system performance.
If we consider that Apple usually launch 5 or 6 betas before releasing the public version, we think that the next versions will be officially launched not before the WWDC will take place, if there are no surprises in June. The second beta (probably the first public) should arrive on April 20. Download can be found in Apple’s Dev Center.