Apple seems to be really working hard in making things tied up for the iOS 9.3.3. Apple today released the fifth beta of iOS 9.3.3 just a week after the fourth beta release. It is once again available for the developers as well as public beta testers.
The fifth beta for the iOS contains minor bugs fixes, enhancements and performance improvements to continuously eliminate the remaining issues being found since the release of iOS 9.3.2. This fast pacing releases could really mean that the general version of the software is just around the corner.
Along with the update for iOS comes the fifth beta for OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and tvOS 9.2.2. Both updates were also mentioned to only have minor bug fixes and enhancements on Apple’s release notes. It will be unlikely that Apple will make major changes on the updates since it is already on its fifth beta.
The beta releases can now be downloaded by the registered users from Apple Developer Program and thru the Apple Beta Software Program for users who signed up as public beta testers. The iOS release can also be installed via the over-the-air update as long as you have the previous beta installed on your device while the OS X release can be acquired thru the Mac App Store.
We will keep you posted for any news about the update releases so keep the comments coming and stay tuned.