Apple is continuously working on its iOS and it seems that it has just released a new public beta version of the iOS 10.3.2, which can now be downloaded and installed on your iPhone or iPad.

We remind you that that yesterday, the BETA was available only for the developers, but Apple has decided in just a few hours that the version is already good enough to be released for the public.

Unlike developers, the public beta testers are able to try out the latest iOS beta version for free, via the Beta Software Program that Apple provides. In other words, if you don’t want to wait for the iOS 10.3.2 stable version, you can already start downloading and installing the public BETA of iOS 10.3.2 on your handset.

Keep in mind that in order to be able to download and install the iOS 10.3.2 public BETA on your device you will need to be part of the Beta Software Program that Apple provides. So, if you’re ready to join the beta program, head to this Apple web page and tap the “Sign Up” button.

The iOS 10.3.2 public beta update has about 195MB in size, which means that it is just a bit larger than the iOS 10.3.2 BETA version that was released last week. However, it doesn’t seem that the build has changed much, which means that Apple has just worked on fixing some bugs that they’ve found in the previous version of the operating system.

However, some users have already reported that this build is delivering a very slight performance increase. We remind you that Apple hasn’t released the iOS 9.3.2 build before introducing the iOS 10. We remind you that the WWDC is scheduled for June 5-9, 2017, when the iOS 11 is expected to be announced.

This clearly shows that Apple is trying to patch almost everything in iOS 10 that could allow hackers to jailbreak the operating system. Until now, it has managed to do this without any problems, but there are reports saying that one of the two hacker groups TaiG or Pangu, or maybe both, will release an iOS 10 jailbreak.