Apple will be doing another public testing for the iOS 9.3 this week.
The tech giant is letting the public test the newest iOS version after testing it with the developers about two days ago. Referred to as iOS 9.3.2, the newest addition is expected to fix the issues identified from the initial release of iOS 9.3, as well as enhance the performance of devices.
Just two weeks ago, Apple launched the iOS 9.3. After a week, a new iteration, the iOS 9.3.1, came in to address some issues. After another week, the Cupertino-based company is going to release once again a new version to further patch up some problems identified during the first two runs.
One of the issues that Apple needs to fix is the lag encountered when using Quick Actions in landscape mode for the iPhone 6. Aside from this, other aspects that the iOS 9.3.2 will fix include applications specific to the developer’s side such as Dictionary, iBooks, Simulator, and Safari.
Interested users may join the public beta testing by signing up on Apple’s website. Volunteers will be able to help test and provide input in order to make the current iOS 9 version and the operating system El Capitan, as well as ongoing versions, better. Members who sign up for this will get to immediately give feedback during the testing.
In line with this, users who are waiting for the jailbreak for the iOS 9.3 may likely need to wait longer to get it. The newest iOS 9.3 iteration is likely to get more patches and fixes. Having said this, it will be difficult for those who are working on the jailbreak to try to break Apple’s codes, since it is not yet the final version.