You Can Try iOS 9.3 Right Now
We keep mentioning the iOS 9.3 beta. Yes, there is an iOS 9.3 beta out which means that you can try the iOS 9.3 update early if you want.
If you decide that you want to try the iOS 9.3 update ahead of its public release date, you'll want to be prepared and you'll also want to be sure that early software is right for you and your smartphone.
We've put together a few guides that will help. The first outlines some reasons to try, and not try, the iOS 9.3 beta. The other takes you through the pre-installation process. Take a look at those, especially if this is your first time.
There are two ways to try the beta. If you don't want to pay to become a developer, you'll want to use your Apple ID and join the free Beta Software Program. Just make sure you read the rules first.
If you do decide to download the iOS 9.3 beta, just remember that you won't be able to go back to anything older than iOS 9.2.1.
Apple is no longer signing off on the iOS 9.2 update which means you can't drop back down to Apple's last milestone upgrade.
You can't downgrade to anything older than iOS 9.2.1 so if you're moving from anything older than iOS 9.2.1, you'll want to be certain that an early version of the iOS 9.3 update is right for you and your device.
If you're coming from iOS 9.2.1, well, then there's no problem.
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