Apple has released yet another new version of its iOS 9.3 operating system.
The latest version is called iOS 9.3.2, and is now available in beta (i.e. testing phase) to public beta testers who signed up to be guinea pigs for early versions of Apple's software.
iOS 9.3 has had a rocky road since launching recently. A spate of bugs has left iPads unusable, web links failing to load, and even made users' photos and contacts vulnerable to anyone who gains possession of your handset.
Despite this, it was hailed by security experts as Apple's most stable software release ever.
iOS 9.3.2 is a minor update. The main improvements are better performance, and – fingers crossed – fixes for any remaining bugs that might plague the software. One such issue is lagginess when activating Quick Actions in landscape mode on an iPhone 6S.
So there you go. Hopefully Apple fans won't have anything more to gripe about. Not until iOS 10 is revealed in the summer, anyway.
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