Exactly a week after releasing iOS 9.3.2 to the general public, Apple has just seeded the first beta version of iOS 9.3.3 to registered developers.
A fix for 9.7-inch iPad Pro issues?
The new software can be downloaded now from Apple’s Developer Center.
Apple’s release notes only mention that the software offers bug fixes and improvements. The software could fix the issue plaguing some users who tried to update their 9.7-inch iPad Pro to the new software.
Late last week, Apple pulled the software for that tablet after sporadic reports of the update bricking the device. Some users saw “Error 56” after the update. Their tablets couldn’t be resorted and were completely unusable.
As for iOS 9.3.2, that software mainly focuses on under-the-hood improvements. Users can now run both the Low Power Mode and Night Shift feature simultaneously. The software also fixes an iPhone SE issue that caused audio quality issues when paired to some Bluetooth accessories.