The fourth beta of the upcoming iOS 9.3.2 update was released on May 3 (one week later after the launch of the third beta) and Apple seeded it to developers and public testers, simultaneously. It carries build number 13F68 and it comes with many bug fixes and the ability to use the Low Power Mode (introduced in iOS 9) and Night Shift (introduced in iOS 9.3.1) at the same time.
The first beta of iOS 9.3.2 was released on April 6 and it focused on performance improvements and bug fixes, addressing issues that have been found since the launch of iOS 9.3. One big issue was the lag that appeared when activating Quick Actions in landscape mode, but this problem was discovered only on an iPhone 6s. A week later was released the second beta, but Apple hasn’t provided a change log for it and users didn’t see any new features, but they were able to use Low Power Mode and Night Shift simultaneously. Users enabled Low Power Mode by heading to Settings → Battery, while Night Shift was enabled in Settings → Display & Brightness.
The third beta carried build number 13F65 and weighed 32MB, but it didn’t bring new fixes. As for the fourth beta, the novelty is that it rolled out to developers and public testers at the same time. However, users can check for updates by going to their devices’ Settings → General → Software Update and manually install it.
There was an annoying Game Center bug that resulted in a white screen and Apple has fixed it in this beta, but it’s more important that users can read content at night without tiring their eyes and they are able to conserve battery power. Until now, they were limited to using only one of the two features and when enabling one of them, the other one was automatically disabled.
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