Apple makes fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta available for developer testing

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For the second time this week, Apple has released an iOS 10.3.2 beta for registered developers only.




While there do not appear to be any major feature additions, the second release in a week suggests that either the release date is approaching, or there was a major bug found in the last revision on Monday that needed rectification.

Apple notes that SiriKit commands for CarPlay installations should work properly again with this release, and that it has also made fixes to third-party VPN app compatibility.

Registered iOS devices can acquire the beta through the regular upgrade process, or through iTunes. The current build number for the fifth beta is 14F5089a, with the previous revision holding version 14F5086a.

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  • Reply 1 of 2
    evilutionevilution Posts: 1,397member
    I hope it's better than 10.3.1
    I upgraded 2 days ago and now the battery drain is ridiculous.
    Before, it would last all day and be at around 50% when I plugged it back in at night.
    Now it loses 10% battery an hour even with mobile data turned off, bluetooth turned off and wifi turned off.
    If I use it normally, it lasts about 4 hours.
  • Reply 2 of 2
    JanNLJanNL Posts: 310member
    evilution said:
    I hope it's better than 10.3.1
    I upgraded 2 days ago and now the battery drain is ridiculous.
    Before, it would last all day and be at around 50% when I plugged it back in at night.
    Now it loses 10% battery an hour even with mobile data turned off, bluetooth turned off and wifi turned off.
    If I use it normally, it lasts about 4 hours.
    Same here, iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7 on 10.3.1 are both much sooner depleted.
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