Apple has released iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
As expected, iOS 9.3.2 was not the final build family operating systems iOS 9. On Monday Apple released the first test build of iOS updates 9.3.3, the final version of which will debut in anticipation of the announcement of iOS 10.
The new operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch appeared just a week after the launch of iOS 9.3.2. The update contains the minimum number of changes, mostly it’s all about elimination of the revealed errors, improve the stability of mobile devices and improve security.
The current stable release iOS 9.3.2 has proved not from the best side. The story of the update of the OS, irreversibly blocking some of the iPhone 6, in a slightly smaller scale was repeated with a 9.7-inch iPad after the release of this version. Last week Apple even stopped distributing iOS 9.3.2 for tablets because of error messages Error 56 locking the device.
While the iOS update 9.3.3 is intended for developers. To install the firmware on a primary, constantly used iPhone or iPad is not recommended, as there may be compatibility issues. Apple promises to release the final version for ordinary users.
13 Jun 2016 at WWDC Apple will introduce a new generation operating system for iPhone and iPad – iOS 10. First test Assembly for developers will be released in the first day after the presentation. The final version of IOS debuted in the fall, along with the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.