Apple just released the second beta for iOS 9.3.2, software that it’s currently testing for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. According to 9to5Mac, the new beta isn’t as major as other releases and should primarily focus on “Dictionary, iBooks, Safari, and Simulator.”
The most recent consumer-facing release of iOS was iOS 9.3, which added features like Night Shift to help cut out blue light, making it easier for users to fall asleep. Apple released iOS 9.3.1 after that, which addressed bugs that were still kicking around in iOS 9.3, specifically those related to Safari. When iOS 9.3.2 does hit users, don’t expect big changes from what you already see inside iOS 9.3.2.
Those will likely be saved for iOS 9.4 or, more likely, iOS 10 when it’s announced during WWDC 2016 in June.