Following Monday’s developer release of the first iOS 9.3.3 beta, Apple has made the software available to public testers. This means that folks in the Beta Software Program can now install iOS 9.3.3 on compatible devices via the over-the-air update mechanism.
The update comes just one week after iOS 9.3.2 was released to the public, which brought about a Bluetooth fix for iPhone SE models and other improvements. As we said yesterday, it appears that iOS 9.3.3 has also been earmarked for under-the-hood bug fixes.
Additionally, Apple has also seeded the first beta of OS X 10.11.6 to public testers. It too is believed to be a minor update, with various bug fixes and improvements, and those enrolled in Apple’s beta testing program can find it in the Updates tab of the Mac App Store.
Remember that WWDC is now just a few weeks away, and Apple is expected to use its keynote for the event to unveil the next major versions of iOS, OS X and its other platforms.