Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Download iOS 9.3.2 Beta 4 Without UDID On iDevices

It is possible to download iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 without UDID via direct links below even if you are not signed as a developer. On Tuesday Apple has seeded the fourth beta of iOS 9.3.2 to developers for testing purposes. This new release is also available for public beta testers as well. The beta arrives four weeks after Apple seeded the first developer beta of the software and a week after the third beta was introduced to developers.

Like the previous beta versions of iOS 9.3.2, the beta 4 update also does not introduce any new features and just addresses bug fixes. Of the major fixes the most important is a Game Center bug that had been plaguing iOS devices for a while now. Prior to this in the iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 update Apple had brought back the feature to launch Low Power Mode and the Night Shift simultaneously.

iOS 9.3.2 has been in testing since April 6 and appears to focus on minor improvements and bug fixes. Apple’s new iOS version doesn’t appear to be a major upgrade, and focuses more on behind-the-scenes tweaks and enhancements. The software does make it easier to open Quick Actions in landscape mode.

As usual iOS 9.3.2 is available via the Apple Developer Center. It is also available as an over-the-air (OTA) update for iDevices that are running the first beta. Remember, once your iDevice is updated to iOS 9.3.2, it cannot not be restored to any earlier versions of iOS. So if you want to download iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 without UDID here are direct links for compatible iDevices:


iPod touch 5 - Model A1421, A1509
iPod touch 6 - Model A1574


iPhone 4[S] - Model A1387, A1431
iPhone 5 (GSM) - Model A1428
iPhone 5 (Global) - Model A1429, A1442
iPhone 5c (GSM) - Model A1456, A1532
iPhone 5c (Global) - Model A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529
iPhone 5s (GSM) - Model A1453, A1533
iPhone 5s (Global) - Model A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530
iPhone 6 Plus - Model A1522, A1524
iPhone 6 - Model A1549, A1586
iPhone 6S - Model A1633, A1688, A1691, A1700
iPhone 6S Plus - Model A1634, A1687, A1690, A1699
iPhone SE - Model A1662, A1723, A1724


iPad 2 (WiFi) - Model A1395
iPad 2 (GSM) - Model A1396
iPad 2 (CDMA) - Model A1397
iPad 2 (Mid 2012) - A1395
iPad Mini (WiFi) - Model A1432
iPad Mini (GSM) - Model A1454
iPad Mini (Global) - Model A1455
iPad 3 (WiFi) - Model A1416
iPad 3 (CDMA) - Model A1403
iPad 3 (GSM) - Model A1430
iPad 4 (WiFi) - Model A1458
iPad 4 (GSM) - Model A1459
iPad 4 (Global) - Model A1460
iPad Air (WiFi) - Model A1474
iPad Air (Cellular) - Model A1475
iPad Air (China) - Model A1476
iPad Mini 2 (WiFi) - Model A1489
iPad Mini 2 (Cellular) - Model A1490
iPad Mini 2 (China) - Model A1491
iPad Mini 3 (WiFi) - Model A1599
iPad Mini 3 (Cellular) - Model A1600
iPad Mini 3 (China) - Model A1601
iPad Mini 4 (WiFi) - Model A1538
iPad Mini 4 (Cellular) - Model A1550
iPad Air 2 (WiFi) - Model A1566
iPad Air 2 (Cellular) - Model A1567
iPad Pro 9.7-inch Pro (Wi-Fi) - Model A1673
iPad Pro 9.7-inch Pro (Cellular) - Model A1674, A1675
iPad Pro 12.9-inch Pro (WiFi) - Model A1584
iPad Pro 12.9-inch Pro (Cellular) - Model A1652

Apple had launched iOS 9.3 to the public in March introducing such new features as Night Shift, Touch ID secure Notes and Classroom app. A major bug related to the Safari browser had, however, plagued iPhones and iPads after users installed the update. Soon after Apple pushed iOS 9.3.1 update to fix that bug. It is expected that the next Apple software update in form of iOS 9.3.2 will be launched to public very soon.


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