Apple pushed out a number of software updates on Wednesday, including the latest iOS beta for public testers, and new OS X and tvOS releases intended for developers.
The third beta of iOS 9.3.2 is now available to registered members of Apple's public beta program. Developers were provided the third beta a day ago.
Among what are presumably number of bug fixes in this minor iOS 9.3 revision is the ability to enable Night Shift while in Low Power Mode. This was either intentionally or accidentally disabled in iOS 9.3.1, and is now being restored.
Gamers should also find relief from a killer Game Center bug that causes crashes and makes many turn-based games all but impossible to play.
A third beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.5, identified as build 15F28b, is also available. The second beta was issued a week ago. It's likely that a public release will arrive tomorrow, in line with Apple's usual release pattern.
Developers can also access tvOS 9.2.1 beta 3, known as build 13Y768. It arrives less than a week after the second beta. tvOS is not a part of Apple's public beta program.
Finally, Apple has also provided a third release of its experimental Safari Technology Preview browser. It offers a sneak preview of features that may soon come to the browser for OS X and iOS.