Apple Releases The Second Beta of iOS 10.3.2 To Developers
Apple has released the second beta of the upcoming iOS 10.3.2 update to developers. Today's release is the latest one coming from the tech giant after it rolled out the first iOS 10.3.2 beta two weeks ago.
Registered developers can download the second iOS beta from the Apple Developer Center. Devs can also opt to do it over-the-air with the proper configuration profile installed.
The Cupertino-based tech giant introduced the iOS 10.3 in the last quarter of March. The new firmware included new features such as the Find My AirPods and an updated Apple File System.
However, Apple insiders still don't what features or improvements the new beta brings. As a minor 10.x.x update, iOS users can expect bug fixes and some performance enhancements.
The company has earlier stated that an upcoming update fixes SiriKit car commands. Insiders are not sure if it is included in the second iOS 10.3.2 beta.
iOS 10.3 brought a line of new features aside from the find my AirPod app. Apple also added a new profile section at the top of the settings menu with all the users account info.
Aside from the mentioned features, the new firmware also improved the Apple's iCloud storage. Users can now exactly see how much storage is left on the cloud-based service.
Apple's Maps app also upgraded some of its functions. The company's proprietary navigating tool added a tiny weather bug to the app. iOS users will now be able to check the weather whenever they access the application.
The last feature is Apple's new App compatibility status. iOS 10.3 makes it easy to find old apps that make the iPhone sluggish and buggy.
Apple has not released an official statement about the second beta version for iOS 10.3.2. We will be monitoring the new beta in case new updates do arrive, Stay tuned.