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Two weeks after releasing the first beta, Apple today has released the second developer beta of iOS 9.3.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 9.3.2 is a much smaller update compared to the recent significant iOS 9.3 update that brought about features such as Night Shift and Touch ID notes.

The developer notes for the first iOS 9.3.2 beta were pretty standard, mentioning developer-specific issues and workarounds for Dictionary, iBooks, Safari, and Simulator. Today’s update comes in at 61MB and carries build number 13F61.

Following the release of iOS 9.3 last month, Apple quickly pushed iOS 9.3.1 to users to fix a link issue that plagued many users, thus the reason for the jump to iOS 9.3.2.

All of the latest developer betas can be found on the Developer Center which requires a paid account for full access. The iOS 9.3.2 beta should also be available as a public beta to those testers soon, as well. As always, let us know in the comments if you notice any major changes between the first iOS 9.3.2 beta and today’s update.

We should expect more betas to roll in from Apple today to OS X, tvOS, and watchOS.

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