Apple seeds iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 to developers with bug fixes and improvements

By , Apr 6, 2016

ios 9.3.2 beta 1

Apple on Wednesday seeded the first beta of iOS 9.3.2 to developers. The update is available to registered developers either via an over-the-air update, or as a standalone download through Apple’s online developer center.

Today’s beta comes a little more than two weeks after iOS 9.3 was released to the public. That firmware is a sizable one for a “.” update, bringing about several changes such as NightShift mode and Password protected notes.

iOS 9.3.2, however, is expected to be far more tame. As you can see in the screenshot above, Apple says this beta only includes “bug fixes and improvements.” We’re installing it now and will let you know if there is more to it.

Since the big iOS 9.3 release, Apple has been trying to quickly squash bugs and security issues. We saw multiple versions of 9.3 issued for older devices, and of course iOS 9.3.1 landed at the end of March to fix a web link glitch.

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  • Markieze Mitchell

    Lol. Wow.

  • Tommy


  • Rodney Coleman

    Waiting on 9.3 jailbreak lol… Gonna hold on for a couple weeks

  • NolesFan

    Great… another long delay for a possible JB.. SMH

  • Burge

    Apple did say iOS 9 was more secure. What they didn’t say was it would be new updates every couple of weeks.

    • hkgsulphate

      you love bugs?

      • Burge

        So iOS 9 has more bugs than any other iOS ? Apple has never pushed out so many betas/updates.

  • Gabriel Anaya

    Here’s to hoping it doesn’t take 7 betas and still let big glaring issues slip past the cracks.

    • Tavish

      I’m sick of having my 6s+ practically lock up for a split second when receiving a text message. If I’m playing a game and my phone starts receiving group text messages it’s nearly impossible to play with the horrible little lock ups. Never had this problem on older version of ios. Started with ios 9.

  • Cristian

    It’ll never end

    • igorsky


  • MrTarek

    1.4 GBS , damn

  • Mohammed Sahib

    Still not on public beta.

  • John

    So all of you whinging that there’s no jailbreak, where’s your attempt at creating one?

    No one forces you upgrade so learn some patience and wait…otherwise, let me suggest you spend less time complaining about it not being here and you “waiting” for the jailbreak. That shit is getting boring.

    (Let’s see how many faceless trolls bitch, moan and vote me down)

  • Mr_Coldharbour

    I know this is a post about iOS 9.3.2b1, but is anyone else experiencing significantly poorer battery life on their 6S Plus with iOS 9.3.1? I feel like I’ve lost an average of 1-2hrs per day as a whole with iOS 9.3.1. With iOS 9.3 I was getting on average 9-10hrs on-screen usage and over 60hrs of standby before I get the first “Low Battery” alert. Anybody feel this way toward iOS 9.3.1?

    • Jackson Grong

      Probably something you changed, my battery was never better on 9.3 and after the 9.3.1 update it’s the same. -6S user

      • 5723alex .

        Ditto with 6s Plus holding for 3 days.

      • Ry

        Same here, def less battery and no settings changed, it has however improved with the IOS 9.3.2 beta update, no imagination here..

      • Mr_Coldharbour

        Nothing in my settings or usage has changed. All the same.

    • Hmm strangely enough, on my 6s+ I thought I was seeing a decrease in battery life, only marginally though.