Apple Beta Software Program members can now install iOS 10.3.2 Beta 2 on their iPhone or iPad
If you are a member of the Beta Software Program, keep in mind that by default, Apple will be collecting diagnostic and usage data from members. That said, you can easily opt out by going to Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics and Usage > Don’t Send.
Some known issues with the beta build include one with Siri; the virtual assistant might not send texts containing complete messages. The Notes included with the changelist point out that web developers can now offer an alternative page for those sensitive to "large areas of motion." Reduced motion can be enabled on your iOS device by going to the Accessibility section of System Preferences.
Another note points out that emergency calling feature SOS is working in India only. With SOS, pressing the power button five times rapidly will automatically call emergency services in the country. In addition, emergency contacts you pick will receive an email message stating that you need help, along with a map revealing your location.
Members of the Beta Software Program can install iOS 10.3.2 Beta 2 via an OTA update, or from the Developer portal. To join the Beta Software Program, click on this link.
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