Apple seeds iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 to developers with fix for installation issues

Apple has seeded an updated version of iOS 9.3 beta 1 to developers. The new update, which appears as iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 in the OTA Software Update on iOS, contains bug fixes and improvements. All developers are recommended to update to this latest version of the iOS 9.3 beta.

This quick release of updated software was meant to fix issues that were discovered in the first beta, including issues with installing the software. This release is build 13E5181f, and it’s available as an over-the-air (OTA) update for any iOS devices already running the first beta.

Going deeper, Apple’s release notes for iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 include a fix for the aforementioned installation issues, which saw some developers being stuck at the Apple logo while trying to install the new software. This new software should fix that. It should also address issues with some apps using the compass data on devices that don’t include a motion coprocessor under the hood.

iOS 9.3 is a pretty sizable update, including several new features. That includes the likes of Night Shift, which changes the amount of blue light the iOS user sees on their display after night sets in. The iOS 9.3 update also allows an iPhone to pair with multiple Apple Watches, and brings new education-focused features to the fore.

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