Apple Seeds Fourth Beta of iOS 10.3.2 to Developers [Update: Public Beta Available]

Apple today seeded the fourth beta of an upcoming iOS 10.3.2 update to developers, one week after seeding the third iOS 10.3.2 beta and one month after introducing iOS 10.3, which included features like a new Find My AirPods feature and Apple File System. Apple also released a minor iOS 10.3.1 update in early April, which focused on security improvements.

Registered developers can download the fourth iOS 10.3.2 beta from the Apple Developer Center or over-the-air with the proper configuration profile installed.


Apple doesn't typically provide detailed release notes for its iOS updates, so we don't yet know what features, improvements, or bug fixes might be coming in iOS 10.3.2, aside from some fixes for SiriKit car commands, outlined in the release notes for the first beta.

As a minor 10.x.x update, we can expect iOS 10.3.2 to offer bug fixes and performance improvements rather than outward-facing features. No notable features were found in the first three betas, but if anything new is found in the fourth iOS 10.3.2 beta, we'll update this post.

Update: Apple has also provided the fourth beta of iOS 10.3.2 to public beta testers.

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42 months ago
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42 months ago
But is this the master beta?
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42 months ago
Hopefully it fixes authentication to Yahoo email via the iOS email client (similar comment for macOS) as the last public beta broke this. Trying to reauthenticate brings up an equally broken text from Yahoo:

(Apparently photo uploads are broken now too...)
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42 months ago

Hopefully it fixes crashing if some of my 64 bit apps. They no longer open. It's not up to the developer to patch an app every time the mfg breaks their code API.

If you are on a beta you can expect this kind of behaviour, if you don't like it you better be on the regular Updates, normally if Apps won't work on beta's they will work if it's a normal .x release.
It's not Apple's code, it's the developers code, they will update when Apple release the final version.
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42 months ago
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I wished iOS 10.3.2 stayed in beta forever, so we never have a changelog, and macrumors has to painlessly speculate every time over what has changed, copy-pasting the same story over and over... With the added benefit to learn to count up to thousandth in plain text, because obviously numbers suck (1st, 2nd, ...1000th).
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