Apple on Thursday seeded the fifth beta of iOS 10.3.2 to developers. The update comes just 3 days after beta 4 was released, and registered iOS developers can install it over-the-air, or via the dev center.

Outside of a few SiriKit bug fixes, Apple hasn’t provided details regarding changes in iOS 10.3.2. It’s very likely that the focus here is on performance improvements and other under-the-hood maintenance.

We’re installing today’s update, and we’ll be sure to let you know if we spot anything new or noteworthy.

  • Ds

    still waiting on better 3rd party keyboard support…

    • Shadowelite123

      Like?

      • Ds

        Like making iOS play nicer with 3rd party keyboard. There are a lot of keyboard apps out there that are getting less and less updates and fixes from the devs because they have exhausted everything they can do on their end. It’s basically coming down to Apple and the way iOS is built that is the issue.

      • Leandro Jajan

        Try Gboard, it’s great.

      • Ds

        I use Nintype. I’m part of the beta team to help look for bugs and help newcomers out with settings and figuring the basics out.

      • Leandro Jajan

        Looks great, but I’m afraid it’s too complicated to use. Is it?

      • Ds

        At first yes it can be very hard to get used to swiping/tapping with both thumbs. Once you get used to it though and start picking it up you’ll be amazed at how fast it is. There is a tutorial in the setting and for first time users just in case. I have been using it for the last 5+ years or so. It was a Jailbreak tweak back in the day before Apple introduced 3rd party keyboards. I keep my settings very simple for it so I usually just end up sharing setup settings (you can share setting, and color schemes with Nintype) with new users so they can get used to it without all the fancy add on stuff.

      • Leandro Jajan

        Wow! Thank you for your helpful explanation. So do you think it’s better than Gboard? Is it worth $5? Thank you again.

      • Ds

        I personally haven’t used Gboard on iOS. If I had to guess I would say Gboard is probably better simply because of the fact that it’s Google and has a team of devs, and not just 1 dev doing all the work like it is with Nintype. That being said.. I do feel like Nintype is worth the $5 because I know where it came from and all the work that went into it. Is it worth $5 to someone new like yourself? Sadly probably not. Especially if you are used to Gboard. Nintype does have a Reddit page if you by chance are on Reddit that that you can go and check out to see what updates have been done and everything. It’s under r/nintype

      • Leandro Jajan

        Excellent, I will check it out and I will contact you again. You have been very helpful. Thank you so much.

      • Leandro Jajan

        Sorry for the delay. I bought Nintype and returned the same day. Impossible to use, very complicated.

  • Nathaniel

    Still waiting for iOS 11 and its dark mode for iPhone

    • Gethro

      Dark mode for iPhone not gonna happen no sir

      • Nathaniel

        Why?

      • Ds

        because you can use the dimmer trick and make your screen super dark thus eliminating the need for “dark mode”

      • Juschan

        if they release an oled iPhone in fall the darkmode could save battery theoretically

  • Mike M. Powell

    still no fix for offline tv app downloadables…?