iOS 9.2 Beta 1 Released for Testing on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Apple has released the first beta build of iOS 9.2 to users participating in the developer beta and public beta testing program. iOS 9.2 beta 1 arrives as build number 13C5055d and is available for all iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices that are compatible with iOS 9.
Release notes accompanying the download suggest the update will focus on bug fixes with some minor new features and adjustments.
Those registered with the Apple Developer Program can find the release available to download now from the iOS Developer Center.
iOS 9.2 beta 1 has also been released to users participating in the general public beta program as well. Any user can choose to join the public beta program by signing up to use pre-release software here on Apple.com, though it’s generally only recommended for advanced users as beta software tends to be buggier and less stable than a final release.
Users enrolled in the public beta program will find the beta relese available now from the OTA mechanism in Settings.
The most recent final version of system software for iPhones and iPads remainsiOS 9.1.