Apple rolls out fourth iOS 9.3.2 beta for devs and public testers

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iOS 9.3 Beta 4
iOS 9.3.2 gets another beta seed.
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Listen up, beta testers! Apple’s latest iOS 9.3.2 beta is rolling out now, and it’s reaching registered developers and public testers at the same time. The update brings a fix for a Game Center bug, and the ability to use Night Shift in Low Power Mode.

While iOS 9.3 was a pretty significant update, adding features like Night Shift, Touch ID protection for Notes, and lots of other improvements, iOS 9.3.2 isn’t quite so exciting. But it does bring some nice bug fixes that we can all appreciate.

One of those fixes is for a pretty major Game Center bug, which has been frustrating some users for over a year! The issue causes a white screen to appear when entering the Game Center app, then freezes your device, forcing you to restart it.

iOS 9.3.2 also allows users to Night Shift and Low Power Mode simultaneously, while activating the latter in iOS 9.3 automatically disables Night Shift.

If you’re already running an iOS 9.3.2 beta, you can download the fourth seed over-the-air by heading into the Settings app, tapping “General,” then choosing “Software Update.” It’s available to both registered developers and those running the public preview, and it comes just one week after Apple rolled out beta 3.

Let us know if you find any other changes in this release.