Developers can download Apple’s fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta now


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Apple has seeded its fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta to registered developers.

It comes just three days after the fourth beta dropped, indicating Apple is close to making the update available to all.

As its version number suggests, iOS 10.3.2 is a minor release focused on fixing bugs and improving performance. It addresses issues with SiriKit car comments, Siri text responses, and third-party VPN apps, among other minor problems affecting stability and performance.

With this beta landing just three days after the last, it’s likely Apple either had to address an issue quickly, or it is close to finalizing iOS 10.3.2 ahead of its public debut. For now, beta 5 is only available to registered developers, but public testers should be able to get it soon.

If you’re a developer with Apple’s beta profile installed, you should be able to download iOS 10.3.2 beta 5 over-the-air now.

Apple will be showcasing more significant changes to iOS when it previews iOS 11 at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose this June. Details on the update are light for now, but we learned earlier today that Apple is planning a new Music app with a focus on original video programming.


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