Couple of days ago Apple released iOS 9.3.3 beta version, which basically came as minor bug fix upgrade that’s focused on background improvements to Apple’s iOS. And while most people will wait for the public release, others might want to help Apple improve the final release of iOS 9.3.3 by installing this early version of the update right now. It allows developers and users to send feedback about potential bugs and issues.
If you won’t like this latest update release, you can easily downgrade from the iOS 9.3.3 beta to iOS 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.1, but nothing older. That’s why users having jailbroken iPhones or iPads on iOS 7, iOS 8 or the older version of iOS 9, should avoid this beta and future public updates.
As we mentioned, there’s no new features included or the changes made. So users won’t feel any difference in UX or UI.
It’s just another bug fix and security update for iOS devices.
Seems that lately Apple is having a bad times with its latest iOS releases, especially when iOS 9.3.2 update has bricked couple of 9.7 inch iPad Pro devices and company had to replace them.
We hope that Apple is going to get back on track with its iOS 10 release which is expected to debut on June 13.