Apple has released the iOS 9.3.2 BETA 1 and it is now available for download. The new OS software is available for iPhones, iPads and iPod device and it has been released a week after Apple has released an OTA bug fix via the iOS 9.3.1.
According to the release notes, the iOS 9.3.2 BETA 1 comes with a few bug fixes along with performance improvements. Since this is the first iOS 9.3.2 BETA and not the final release, we are pretty sure that more fixes and improvements will be released for this iOS version until it will be released for public.
The iOS 9.3.2 BETA 1 is currently available for registered developers, which means that in order to install it on your iDevice, you will need to have an Apple Developer Program account. However, keep in mind that this iOS version is currently in BETA, which means that it might not be stable and it will most likely crash very often or it will have a bunch of bugs. We suggest you to install the iOS BETA version a device that you are not using daily, so if you have an older iPhone, iPad or iPoud Touch, it is better to test it on that device first.
How To Install iOS 9.3.2 BETA On Your iPhone, iPad Or iPod Touch
The iOS 9.3.2 BETA 1 installation file has 1.4GB and can be downloaded and installed on your iDevice only after you do the following steps:
– Visit beta.apple.com/profile using the browser on your iDevice;
– Log in using your ID and password (make sure that it is an Apple Developer Program account);
– Tap on the “Download Profile” and once the download is complete tap on the “Profile” file to install it on your iDevice;
– Restart your iDevice.
Once the device boots back, it will start downloading the update automatically. However, if this doesn’t happen, you can do it manually, by going to your device’s Settings -> General -> Software Update.
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