Apple Pushes iOS 9.1 Beta to Devs and Public Testers
Apple today made a new beta version of iOS 9.1 available. iOS 9.1 beta five is ready for both developers and for public beta testers to download. The update comes just a week after the last beta, which suggests iOS 9.1 is nearing readiness. iOS 9.1 mostly tweaks features connected to the forthcoming Apple TV and big-screened iPad Pro. It also adds support for Unicode 8, which adds a range of new emoji, such as tacos and select hand gestures. iOS 9.1 beta 5 is free to download, though developers and beta testers need to register to receive the new builds.
Apple Releases iOS 10.1 Beta 5 for Devs and Public Testers
Apple today made iOS 10.1 Beta 5 available to registered developers and public beta testers alike. This fifth beta follows the release of the fourth beta by just two days, implying that some urgent bug fixes may be contained within.
Apple Releases iOS 9.2 Beta 2 to Public Testers
Apple today made iOS 9.2 beta 2 available to beta testers. The release follows a similar beta made available to developers yesterday.
Apple Pushes iOS 9.1 Beta 2 to Public Testers
Apple today made iOS 9.1 public beta 2 available to those testing the pre-release version of iOS. Unlike the developer version released Wednesday, this one is for consumers who signed up for the public beta program.
Apple Releases iOS 10.2 Beta 2
Apple has made iOS 10.2 Beta 2 available to both developers and public beta testers. Apple has not publicly listed the new features in iOS 10.2, but a handful are present in the test build of the operating system.