The iOS 9.3was released sometime back and iOS 9.3.2 was the second minor update of the said OS after iOS 9.3.1. Apple has been testing a number of updates for iOS 9.3.2 for quite some time now. Just in the recent past, the second beta for an update which is to be released in the future was rolled out by the Cupertino-based company to developers.
The first beta for the iOS 9.3.2 was released by Apple merely weeks before the company released the second beta. A new feature that was introduced by the update was the Night Shift mode. Several other fixes and improvements were also brought forth by the beta.
After applying the update, users will be able to use the Night Shift mode and Low Power Mode simultaneously. This feature is quite popular among iOS device users as it allows them to save a lot of battery.
However, the developers decided to remove this feature through the fourth beta for iOS 9.3. It caused a lot of dissatisfaction among fans and the developers once again decided to bring it back via the second beta.
The Night Shift mode when enabled changes the display of the device in such a way that it does not strain the eyes of the user. Combining this feature with the Low Power Mode will ensure that the battery of the device lasts longer.
Previously, enabling the Night Shift mode would result in the disabling of the Low Power Mode automatically which meant that users had to choose among the two which caused a lot of inconvenience.
After the release of the second beta, Apple released the third beta for iOS 9.3.2 too. The beta is available over the air and it was downloadable through the Apple Developer Center. Users were also able to download it by making use of the beta configuration profile.
This beta does not pack a lot of new features, however, it has come to note that it might be loaded with a fix for the Game Center bug which has been hounding iOS users for quite some time.
Apparently, this bug is causing games on iOS devices to crash. Several users claim that while playing a game, the device is freezing and the screen is becoming completely white. This white screen is being dubbed as the “white screen of death”.
The bug is reportedly causing some other problems on the iOS devices too. The Game Center is quite useful when it comes to playing multiplayer games on iOS devices. It keeps a track of points earned by the user in games and it can also be used to invite friends to join a player in a game.
The bug is messing up the Game Center App in a bad way and thus this has caused a lot of frustration among users. Apparently, this problem has been fixed by the third beta and users are stating that the Game Center App is working fine after application of the update.
Reports are coming in which suggest that yet another beta for iOS 9.3.2 has been released by Apple. The fourth beta of iOS 9.3.2 comes with a build number of 13F68. Initially the beta was released for the developers only. However, it has since been made available for the common public too.
This update too is minor in nature and it brings about some bugs and error fixes to iOS 9.3.2. The beta makes the OS more stable and it also addresses a bug which has been causing the Safari browser to crash. Some persistent issues related to the Game Center App bug will also be addressed by the latest beta.