Apple Releases First iOS 9.3.3 Beta to Developers
Shortly after the public release of the final version of iOS 9.3.2, Apple has rolled out the iOS 9.3.3 Beta 1 for developers. If you are in the possession of a paid membership in Apple’s developer program, feel free to grab the update. Everyone else will only have to wait a short while to participate in the free and open beta of iOS 9.3.3, which will be functionally identical. If you are using your iPhone or iPad productively, we do not recommend updating to a beta version of iOS as data loss or crashes could occur.
The iOS 9.3.3 update weighs in at a hefty 1.5 GB and is both available as an OTA update or via the Apple Developer Center.
9.7-inch iPad Pro: Has Apple fixed the issues?
Apple had pulled the iOS 9.3.2 update for iPad Pro users, as it could cause them to get bricked. There are no remarks in the release notes regarding these issues, thus we cannot confirm nor deny whether the iPad Pro issues were fixed in this update. It is probably for the best if you stick with your current version of iOS on the smaller iPad Pro.
iOS 9.3.3 – What’s new?
There’s not much to report in terms of changes, as Apple has kept the release notes as brief as possible. New features aren’t included, these will be saved for iOS 10 which will be premiered on WWDC 2016 this summer. The current update is concerned with stability & performance issues and offers minor fixes, as well as security updates.
By the way: If you’re running tvOS or Mac OS X, there are new beta updates for these operating systems as well.