Public iOS 9.3 Beta & iOS 9.3 Feedback
If you want to try out iOS 9.3 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch before the iOS 9.3 release date, you can that right now.
The iOS 9.3 beta is available for developers and it's now available to the general public as well. Thanks to the Beta Software Program, anyone with an Apple ID is now able to try out the software ahead of time.
Trying iOS software ahead of time will help you get familiar with the features and changes. iOS 9.3 has many of them. It will also help you get a feel for the update's performance on your device. If you're already on iOS 9.2.1, you can downgrade back to it whenever you want. (You can no longer downgrade to anything older.)
You'll also be able to help Apple track down bugs and problems ahead of the release. Developers and testers are encouraged to submit issues with software so that the problems can be squashed in time for the public release date.
Early iOS software isn't for everyone and iOS 9.3 beta will surely have its own collection of problems but the iOS 9.3 beta is exciting nonetheless.
Even if you don't end up giving it a go, you can still keep an eye on iOS 9.3 performance pouring in from developers and testers.
We've already seen a ton of feedback emerge since the release of the first beta and we'll continue to see beta testers post tons of feedback in the weeks ahead.
This will help you get a feel for your update's performance ahead of the public release date. This is especially important for those of you with older devices like the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s. Older devices tend to take the brunt of iOS problems.
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