iOS 9 Beta 1 Released for Developer Download

Jun 8, 2015 - 7 Comments

iOS 9 devices

The first beta version of iOS 9 is available to download for users who are registered members in the Apple Developer program. The iOS 9 beta 1 build arrives as 13A4254v and is compatible with all iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models which can run iOS 8.


Eligible users can download iOS 9 beta 1 IPSW firmware files from the developer website here, you must be logged into a registered developer account to access the firmware download links.

Though the developer program is aimed at those building software for the Apple platforms, anyone can technically sign up for the $99 annual membership and get access to a variety of software development tools along with the beta system software for iOS and OS X. For casual users who wish to access beta software, a better (and free) approach is to sign up as a participant in the iOS Public Beta program, where iOS 9 will become available in July.

iOS 9 beta 1 at the Apple download site

Registered developers will also find the first beta of OS X El Capitan available to download at the Apple Developer Center site.

iOS 9 aims to further refine features and performance for the mobile operating system, and will be available this fall as a final release for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

iOS 9

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPad, iPhone, News

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  1. Zach says:

    Can someone post that iOS 9 wallpaper please?

  2. iOS9Biz says:

    Download iOS 9 here – iOS9.Biz

  3. Cerebro says:

    “…and is compatible with all iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models which can run iOS 8.”

    Well, this is surprising. Apple’s usual practice has tended to be phasing out the oldest hardware with each major iOS release. Naturally, I figured the iPhone 4S would be “done” as of iOS 8. Apparently, not. Not that I’d expect iOS 9 to run particularly well on a 4S, mind you. Also, things could change by the time final release rolls around.

  4. Raul says:

    Please give me iOS 9

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