Apple on Thursday seeded the fifth beta of iOS 10.3.2 to developers, just a few days after seeding the fourth iOS 10.3.2 beta and a little over a month after introducing iOS 10.3, which included features like a new Find My AirPods feature and Apple File System. Apple also released a minor iOS 10.3.1 update in early April, which focused on security improvements.
Outside of a few SiriKit bug fixes, Apple hasn’t provided details regarding changes in iOS 10.3.2. It’s very likely that the focus here is on performance improvements and other under-the-hood maintenance.
To update to the latest beta, developers can grab the file from Apple’s Developer Center or via an OTA update with the proper configuration file installed.
No notable changes were found in the first four betas, but if anything new is found in the fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta, we’ll update this post.