Apple recently released iOS 9.3.3 beta 1, the latest release for developers who want to test the company’s newest software. It comes on the heals of the final iOS 9.3.2 launch, which hit devices last week, but doesn’t appear to be chock-full of features.

CultofMac suggested that there are only minor dictionary changes. Still, this could be the release that Apple uses to fix a problem with iOS 9.3.2 on the iPad Pro 9.7. That device was reportedly “bricking” due to an error 56 code that left user’s stuck on a setup splash screen. Apple said it is working to address the issue and has already pulled the iOS 9.3.2 update from those tablets. It’s possible changes under the hood of iOS 9.3.3 will fix that problem.

For now, developers can download iOS 9.3.3 from Apple’s developer portal. Expect a public preview release sometime today.