Apple Seeds First Beta of iOS 10.3.2 to Public Beta Testers

Apple today provided its public beta testing group with iOS 10.3.2, an upcoming update that was first released to developers on March 28. iOS 10.3.2 comes shortly after the release of iOS 10.3, a major update that brought features like a new Find My AirPods feature and Apple File System.

Beta testers who have signed up for Apple's beta testing program will receive the iOS 10.3.2 beta update over-the-air after installing the proper certificate on their iOS device.


Those who want to be a part of Apple's beta testing program can sign up to participate through the beta testing website, which gives users access to both iOS and macOS Sierra betas. Betas are not stable and include many bugs, so they should be installed on a secondary device.

Apple has said that the update fixes SiriKit car commands, which should now be working as expected. Beyond that, we don't yet know what features or improvements are coming in iOS 10.3.2, as Apple doesn't offer detailed release notes and nothing notable has been discovered in the betas we've received so far.

As a minor 10.x.x update, iOS 10.3.2 likely focuses on bug fixes, performance improvements, and security enhancements rather than outward-facing features.



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24 months ago
Do not update on your production device if you need VPN.
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24 months ago

Guys? Just read on a German forum. Are we sure, that an iPhone5/5C has got APFS? Someone said, that he read somewhere that a developer said: No.


They didnt no. Only 64-bit devices got it.
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24 months ago

1.83 GB!!
Didn't expect it to be that big.
(iPhone 6, currently on 10.3 official version)

That's what she said LOL
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24 months ago
Well something happened on this beta update. Maybe they dropped the 32bit support for older devices in this beta? Just speculation.

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24 months ago

Not sure that is correct as I still have older apps (32 bit) that are working fine. Just have the message that they may not work in a future iOS version. So 32 support is still there currently.

Not sure that is correct. The keynote stated "all apple devices" and everything I read says if you can get iOS 10.3 then you get APFS. So any iOS 10.3 supported devices are converted to APFS now.


Yeah, Ars Technica confirmed that 32-bit devices do not get APFS. Various tests pointed to the same conclusion.
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24 months ago

Guys? Just read on a German forum. Are we sure, that an iPhone5/5C has got APFS? Someone said, that he read somewhere that a developer said: No.

I think so. Every iOS 10.3 Beta on my iPhone 5 was about 400mb. And it's booting faster. So I think the iPhone 5 supports APFS.
And I got 10.3 final OTA too.
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24 months ago

I have both VyprVPN and NordVPN configured on my 7 Plus running 10.3.2, and this is what happens when I am connected to WiFi....

If I select VyprVPN in General -> VPN, and flick the status switch, it connects without issue and I can access the internet.

If I select NordVPN in General -> VPN, my wifi connection immediately drops and I'm on 4G. Flicking the status switch quickly toggles it on and off. Doesn't connect

Selecting VyprVPN again brings back Wifi

Bizarre.


I did a quick google and it's not isolated. I've not read why it's happening but hopefully it's just one of those wrinkles that come with beta software that will be ironed out in the next release. I use Privacy Pro across my suite and it's fecked beyond feckingness!
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24 months ago
Since updating to 10.3 my visual voicemail playback volume is as low as a whisper while listening on the earpiece even at max volume. I really hope this update fixes the issue.
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24 months ago

Officially?
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Was the iOS 10.3 OTA update ever really available for those devices?


Yes, it was ... at least, for my old iPhone 5. However, 10.3.2 beta does not appear.
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24 months ago

Simply put, this update is not allowing VPN to work, updating lost all connectivity. A reset of the network settings fixed the problem (assumably by deleting the VPN profiles) but I am now unable to use a VPN on the 10.3.2 (14F5065b) release on any device. I've reported this to Apple on the Feedback app.


I have both VyprVPN and NordVPN configured on my 7 Plus running 10.3.2, and this is what happens when I am connected to WiFi....

If I select VyprVPN in General -> VPN, and flick the status switch, it connects without issue and I can access the internet.

If I select NordVPN in General -> VPN, my wifi connection immediately drops and I'm on 4G. Flicking the status switch quickly toggles it on and off. Doesn't connect

Selecting VyprVPN again brings back Wifi

Bizarre.
Rating: 1 Votes
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