One day after surprisingly launching new betas on Apple, today iOS 10.3.2 arrives for all users subscribed to Apple’s public betas programs. Remember that watchOS and tvOS do not have public betas due to their complexity of installation, and that on watchOS once a beta is installed it is not possible to return to an official version.
Within the first news it has been discovered that Apple has said goodbye to 32-bit devices and applications , so several devices such as the iPhone 5, 5C and the iPad fourth generation will be left without this version and therefore iOS 11 will not arrive for these devices. Developers will also have to work quickly to bring their 32-bit apps into the 64-bit environment, as there are performance limitations for apps since iOS 10.3, i.e. the operating system warns you that 32-bit apps will not work properly on your device.
Apple will also focus on fixing minor bugs, improving the performance and security of your device, and finally, Apple has reported that it is working on the SiriKit API that will improve command commands when you invoke Siri from your car.
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