Apple has sent out the second beta of the upcoming iOS 9.3.2 to developers. The new update will now be tested, and “bug fixes and improvements” seem to be what’s mainly on the table.
That is, at least, what is pledged by Apple in the new beta’s release notes, as reported by MacRumors. It is unclear what exactly all of these minor tweaks are; however, they could include a fix for a long-standing bug which has often lead to nuisance blank screens in Game Center.
As also noted by MacRumors, the first iOS 9.3.2 beta released earlier this month included noticeably smoother, lag-free Quick Actions in landscape mode for users of 3D Touch on the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
While iOS 9.3, made available to the public in late March, came with a raft of new features including Night Shift mode, iOS 9.3.2 – when it does get its public release for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch – is expected to have a much greater focus on under-the-hood improvements.