Download iOS 9.2 Public Beta 2 For iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

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Nov 4, 2015

After releasing the second developer beta of iOS 9.2 just yesterday, Apple has today seeded iOS 9.2 Public Beta 2 and is now available for download immediately.

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Apple is constantly working in the background to improve its software across the board, and having witnessed the release of iOS 9.2 beta 2 just yesterday, the company also took the time to release the second beta of OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan as well as the first developer beta of tvOS 9.1, the software that powers the Apple TV 4. Today, the company has pushed out Public Beta 2 of iOS 9.2, and it’s the same build which was released to paid developers yesterday.

If you already have Public Beta 1 installed on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, then grabbing hold of the second beta is a piece of cake. Simply connect to a WiFi network, launch the Settings app and navigate to General > Software Update to grab the new pre-release build. Keep in mind that you should have 50% or more battery on your device available in order to go ahead with the installation process. If you don’t fulfill that requirement then we recommend that you plug your device to a power outlet and go ahead with the installation.

iOS 9.2 is a pure bug fix and performance enhancing release and brings with it subtle changes to the fore. If you’re on AT&T’s network however, then you’ll be pleased to learn that you can use your Mac to initiate a WiFi call, provided that you’re running the latest pre-release build of iOS 9.2. We’re quite certain that other carriers will join the party as soon as they get the necessary approvals. But till then, you have AT&T to handle your WiFi calling needs on-device and of course, your Mac.

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If you haven’t installed iOS 9.2 Public Beta already, then you’ll be pleased to learn that getting on the bandwagon doesn’t cost a dime and you simply follow our guide posted here for a complete and detailed walkthrough. Furthermore, if for some reason, you feel the need to downgrade back to iOS 9.1, then you can follow our guide posted here on how to do just that.

We’ll dig deep into iOS 9.2 Public Beta and see for ourselves what Apple has slipped into this build, so stay tuned for this space for more news on the matter. Till then, we urge users to upgrade to the latest iOS 9.2 beta straight away to reap its bug fixing and performance enhancing benefits.