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  • Apple releases second iOS 9.3.2 beta, restores Night Shift in Low Power Mode
    Today, Apple has released iOS 9.3.2 Beta 2 for members of Apple's registered developer program which is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.



    iOS 9.3.2 will be available for Public Beta testers soon, just requires patience. Let us know in the comments if you notice any major changes between the first iOS 9.3.2 beta and today’s update.

    iOS 9.3.2 Beta 1 for developers was released two weeks ago which the update brought a Game Center Bug fix to users who experienced this bug. iOS 9.3.2 Beta 2 restores Night Shift Mode in Low Power Mode which Apple took away in the iOS 9.3 release.

    The betas of watchOS 2.2.1 (build 13V420) and OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 (build 15F24b) are available from Apple's Developer Center.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple releases second iOS 9.3.2 beta, restores Night Shift in Low Power Mode started by Caiden Spencer View original post
    Comments 12 Comments
    1. miketurbo123's Avatar
      miketurbo123 -
      R.I.P iOS 9.2.X+ jailbrake
    1. Caiden Spencer's Avatar
      Caiden Spencer -
      R.I.P Jailbreak in General lol
    1. hogcia's Avatar
      hogcia -
      It may be taking longer, but we WILL get a JB!
    1. swifty7's Avatar
      swifty7 -
      seriously!! I thought those hackers in China were unstoppable. This constant release of FW's is really pissing me off. In one hand is good for the non JB community but for us who are dying for a new one is truly frustrating. I guess I will be stuck with FW 9.0.2 forever at this point unless I give up JB
    1. jetsetjoey's Avatar
      jetsetjoey -
      I am very close to just saying, "The hell with Apple!" & going with the Samsung Galaxy S7...
    1. SpiderManAPV's Avatar
      SpiderManAPV -
      My bet is that the soonest we’ll see a jailbreak at this point is WWDC when the iOS 10 beta drops. If anyone is sitting on a vulnerability and it gets patched in beta, I see no reason not to release.
    1. swifty7's Avatar
      swifty7 -
      Quote Originally Posted by jetsetjoey View Post
      I am very close to just saying, "The hell with Apple!" & going with the Samsung Galaxy S7...
      Trust me!! It's easier said than done. The constant security and privacy risks and not to mention ****** apps will turn you off completely from going Android. The majority of Playstore apps will not install unless you give it permission to access everything in your phone. Also, there are tons of high quality apps and games not available for Android specially music apps. The app developers will always cater to IOS first. Apple is always on top of it by releasing FW's fast to patch any security holes. I look at this way, Apple is king of OS and Samsung and the rest are king of hardware. It boils down to what's more important for you. Now that JB is becoming null, it's a major knock against Apple but I would still pick it over Android.
    1. Purple Minion's Avatar
      Purple Minion -
      Quote Originally Posted by swifty7 View Post
      Trust me!! It's easier said than done. The constant security and privacy risks and not to mention ****** apps will turn you off completely from going Android. The majority of Playstore apps will not install unless you give it permission to access everything in your phone. Also, there are tons of high quality apps and games not available for Android specially music apps. The app developers will always cater to IOS first. Apple is always on top of it by releasing FW's fast to patch any security holes. I look at this way, Apple is king of OS and Samsung and the rest are king of hardware. It boils down to what's more important for you. Now that JB is becoming null, it's a major knock against Apple but I would still pick it over Android.
      I agree with everything you said, except for jailbreaking ending.

      People don't seem to understand this is a tricky business. It's very much a game of cat and mouse. The jailbreak community has to be very careful so as to get the maximum benefit from each iOS vulnerability. With Apple constantly releasing updates, jailbreaking has gotten even more tricky.

      I have come to the realization that there's minimal benefit to updating iOS at all. My iPhone is still on iOS 8 point something, and it's working great. I didn't update to the first iOS 9 jailbreak, because I wanted to give time for applications to upgrade to it. Almost all my favorite applications are now available in iOS 9, so when the next jailbreak is released, I'll hop on board, and stay there for at least another year.

      If I were a jailbreak deveoper, I'd be doing exactly what they are doing – waiting. Waiting until iOS is stable. There ought to be a nice window of several months available after the next jailbreak release.

      I know it's difficult, but please be patient and have faith. The jailbreak developers know exactly what they're doing. The end of jailbreaking has been predicted for many years, but has yet to actually happen. When it does, I will be sad. But that day hasn't come quite yet.
    1. swifty7's Avatar
      swifty7 -
      Apple is not giving these JB makers any breathing room with the constant barrage of FW's
    1. bbrks's Avatar
      bbrks -
      9.3.1 is more than enough for a new jailbreak.....stable, almost perfect and officially out
    1. King_O_Hill's Avatar
      King_O_Hill -
      Quote Originally Posted by Purple Minion View Post
      ...

      The end of jailbreaking has been predicted for many years, but has yet to actually happen. When it does, I will be sad. But that day hasn't come quite yet.
      Maybe you are witnessing it right now!
    1. Silverado1987's Avatar
      Silverado1987 -
      We've talked about this before about we are only a tiny percentage of jail breakers. Apple wouldn't go through all this trouble to stop the 4% would they? Let's be honest every new iOS they come out with a feature that the jailbreak scene has had for a while so they may or may not need us. Then again cmon it's a smart company they know there 20 steps ahead all the time.