What's New In Apple's Fifth iOS 10.3.2 Beta?
Apple has recently released the fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta for registered developers. The latest iOS beta is for testing on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch just a few days after seeding the fourth iOS 10.3.2 beta. It has been a little over a month after introducing iOS 10.3, and this version number suggests we should only see under-the-hood bug fixes and security improvements in these releases.
The tech giant also released a minor iOS 10.3.1 update in early April, which addressed security issues by providing specific improvements. Meanwhile, this latest iOS is currently only available in beta for registered developers. Each update of the public beta version usually follows a few days, or on the same day, after the developer version.
So what's new in this latest Apple iOS 10.3.2 beta version? According to 9to5 Mac, out of all the bug fixes incurred in the previous version, some fixes for SiriKit car commands are focused to be resolved on this iOS. The new SiriKit can now work as expected according to release notes along with some other issues that were brought up from the last iOS.
Some of the issues that surfaced in this release involve managed and shared devices, which now has the ability to update devices from a remote server, but may not yet work as expected. This recent release is a minor 10.x.x update, and so we can expect it to offer bug fixes and performance enhancements rather than provide new outward-facing features. According to MAcRumors, there are no notable changes found compared with the first four betas, but anything new could be found in this latest one so users should keep themselves posted.
Apple's fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta could be downloaded by registered developers from the Apple Developer Center, or other methods that have proper configuration profile installed. The tech giant still has not provided any detailed release description for its latest beta update. However, this newest iOS release include features like Find My AirPods, CarPlay improvements, an enhanced APFS file system, and a lot more.
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