There doesn’t appear to be any major changes—at least that we know about. Over the past few weeks, the arrival of iOS 10.3.2 has seemed more focused on bug fixes and enhancements. No major changes were discovered in the betas that were released over the past few weeks, but that doesn’t mean users won’t discover anything new in the version that’s rolling out now.

Recently, Apple rolled out iOS 10.3, a release that introduced several new features, including Find my AirPods. With WWDC around the corner, Apple likely wanted to squash some bugs before unveiling iOS 11, which we expect to be a big topic of conversation.

If we find anything major in iOS 10.3.2, we’ll be sure to let you know. For now, hold onto your butts until WWDC begins on June 5