Apple has released the first betas of iOS 9.3.2 and OS X 10.11.5 to public beta testers, just one short day after they released the same builds to developers for testing.
So far it looks like both new versions are intended as bug fixes and performance enhancements, as no new features have been discovered so far. That can be expected, as both are both “point” updates, which usually don’t include any groundbreaking new features or enhancements.
Both new builds are available via the Software update mechanism on iOS devices, and Mac computers, exclusively for members of Apple’s Public Beta Tester Program.
Users wishing to join the Apple Public Beta Tester program can sign up at Apple’s beta testing website.