iOS 9.3.3 Beta 1
Apple has released the next beta version of iOS software for registered developers. iOS 9.3.3 beta comes just a week after the release of iOS 9.3.2.
The iOS 9.3.2 update mainly contained bug fixes and was a minor update, although it did fix a nasty Bluetooth bug on the iPhone SE. Apple’s iOS 9 release didn’t go as planned and has since been subjected to a lot of hate.
The updates starting from iOS 9.0 have had several bugs that have caused a lot of headaches for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad owners. Recently, the iOS 9.3.2 update completely bricked some iPad Pro 9.7 inch devices.
Apple had to stop the update for the time being, as reports of bricked iPad Pros’ kept rising. Hopefully, the newest iOS 9.3.3 update will fix that once it’s released to the public.
As of now, the first iOS 9.3.3 beta is available for download. Registered Apple developers can download the update via OTA or from the iOS Dev center. The beta carries the build number 13G12, and seems to be another minor update. If you’re already running a beta version, you can simply go to Settings>General>Software Update to check for the new update.
We’re not sure if there are any changes in iOS 9.3.3 beta, apart from some bug fixes. The new beta isn’t available for the iPad Pro 9.7 inch, which can only mean that the bricking issue from iOS 9.3.2 hasn’t been fixed yet.
The last iOS 9.3.2 update allowed users to use Night Mode and Low Power mode at the same time and brought along other bug fixes.
Developers can now download the first beta for iOS 9.3.3 and test it out to see if their apps are compatible. Apple will most likely release this software update before WWDC, as the company is supposed to introduce iOS 10 at the event. The amount of minor iOS updates has increased a lot these days, don’t you think?