Don't Expect a Ton of New Features
The iOS 9.3.2 change log isn't set in concrete yet but at this point we're not expecting it to bring a ton of new features. It will likely be focused on fixing problems and improving performance.
iOS 9.3.2 is clearly an incremental point update and point updates are always focused on fixes not features. If Apple was planning to release tons of new features with iOS 9.3.2, it probably would've released most of them with the first iOS 9.3.2 beta.
That said, developers have been able to pinpoint one feature that will be extremely useful for those of you that use Night Shift.
iOS 9.3.2 beta lets you use Night Shift mode and the Low Power Mode battery saving feature at the same time. Apple could kill this feature before the public release but we'd be surprised if it did.
This very well could be one of the only new features (if you can call it that) on board the new iOS 9 update. We wouldn't expect any big surprises.
If it's a long list of new features you're after, you'll have to wait for an iOS 9.4 release (if there is one) or iOS 10.
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