Public Beta Testers and Developers Receive Second Beta of iOS 9.2.1
Apple has released iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 to registered developers and public testers. Carrying the build number of 13D14, the new version of Apple’s upcoming operating system is available to download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Apple pushed iOS 9.2.1 beta 2:
After just over two weeks of releasing the first beta, Apple has officially seeded the second beta of iOS 9.2.1 to developers. Registered developers can download iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 from the Apple Developer Center or over the air on their iOS devices running the first iOS 9.2.1 beta. If you want to be a registered developer, you can get the membership for $99 annually. This will give you direct and early access to upcoming software releases from Apple. Those with the Public Beta Test program can also test the latest update. However, if you are new to the program, we will highly recommend to test the beta releases only on the gadgets that you don’t use as your primary devices.
There are no details about what new things this latest beta release has brought in, however, nothing major is expected. iOS 9.2.1’s latest beta is expected to be one of the minor updates, bringing only a handful of feature enhancements and bug fixes. If you are a developer or a public beta tester, don’t forget to share with us if you spot something exciting in this release.
Apple released iOS 9.2 around a month ago for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, bringing some minor updates to the operating system, but carrying a major focus on bug fixes and performance enhancements. If the latest beta build carries any unlikely surprises inside it, we will be updating this post to keep you informed. Let us know if you are trying out the new iOS 9.2.1 beta releases as they come your way.