iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 is now available to those registered on Apple’s Public Beta Program.

Apple released beta 2 of iOS 9.3.2, OS X 10.11.5, and watchOS 2.2.1 only yesterday to developers registered on Apple Developer Program. About 24 hours later, Apple has made iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 available to its registered public beta testers.

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iOS 9.3.2 is a minor point release, bringing in under-the-hood improvements for stability, bug fixes, performance, and security fixes to compatible iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. In beta 2 of iOS 9.3.2, Apple has officially added the ability to use Night Shift in Low Power Mode. This was previously not possible. In fact after a loophole was found to enable this via Siri, Apple quickly patched it via server-side fix. There’s another loophole to enable this now, and as of this writing, it’s still working on public version of iOS 9.3.1.

While Apple hasn’t released public beta build of OS X 10.11.5 beta 2 as yet, it’s only a matter before the company makes it available as well to those registered on its Public Beta Program.

As mentioned earlier, the latest beta 2 build of iOS 9.3.2 can be downloaded via Apple’s Public Beta Program. If you are already on the program with a previous public beta build installed, you can simply head to Settings > General > Software Update on the iOS device to get onto the latest version.

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If this is the first time you are installing any public beta build of iOS, you’ll first need to register your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device with Apple. To do this, you can follow our guide on it here.

Update x1: Apple has also released second beta build of tvOS 9.2.1 for Apple TV 4 users. For some reason, Apple didn’t release it yesterday as part of its beta 2 rollout for iOS, OS X and watchOS. You can find more on tvOS 9.2.1 beta 2 release here.

Update x2: Public beta 2 of OS X 10.11.5 is now out as well.

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