Start of this week Apple launched the iOS 10.3 for public, and now seeding the 1st beta of iOS 10.3.2 to public beta testers.
This new release brings some bug fixes and stability improvements along with some new features. The 1st beta can be downloaded and installed on compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch hardware for those with the necessary account privileges.
The biggest improvement, and one which Apple has chosen to mention in its release notes, comes with a direct benefit to iOS device and vehicle owners, with iOS 10.3.2 now ensuring that “the new SiriKt car commands should now work as expected.” Additionally, there’s now a new prompt put in place that alerts the user when an app or service is trying to make a telephone, FaceTime, or FaceTime audio call via a URL schema. This latest pre-release seed also brings minor changes to WebKit, meaning that Mobile Safari now supports the reduced motion facility which can be introduced and supported by third-party website developers.
Before downloading and installing iOS 10.3.2 beta on your device it is important to note that it is in beta testing stage which is vulnerable to some bugs and issues hence it is not recommended to install. But for testing purposes you can install it.
iOS 10.3.2 Public Beta 1 Download Available For Public Testers
If you are not part of the public beta program yet, you can learn more right here. For those already signed up, and which have the necessary configuration profile on their iOS device, the new beta can be installed as an over-the-air update.
The new iOS 10.3 public beta 3 is available to download, follow this link to download the IPSW file directly. If you already have the earlier beta version, then simply head over to Settings –> General –> Software Update to download and install the latest version.