Developers and users who signed up for the Apple Public Beta testing of the improved iOS should roll up their sleeves. The innovative company just initiated over the air release of their brand new and improved iOS 9.2’s Public Beta version.
Apple habitually, keeps on improving its mobile OS for its iPhones and iPads, and shells out updates from time to time. But before they are available for download across the globe, few developers test the bug fixes and improvements and give it a go. Apple has a great community of iOS developers who work on their platform to create apps and other add-ons. The beta release for developers only comes with a change-log that lists all the fixes so that they can be verified that the issues have been resolved with various devices running the new iteration.
Changes in the New Beta
From Apple Watch to iPhone audio, typing dictionaries, Wi-Fi, reduced packet loss, Reload button, Safari edge swipe etc. have been changed by Apple’s core team of engineers working on making the iOS experience much better.
iCloud syncing, pairing, audio to stereo quality are other features that have been enhanced. All developers have received the beta to test today. We hope that this significantly improves the issues people had with iOS 9.2 released on October 21.
Curious about beta testing of iOS you can register yourself as a developer and you will be in loop from the next iteration. Tell us what you think about the iOS and is there any particular bug you want to get rid of from your iPhone.
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