iOS 9 beta 5 download for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is now available developers. Apple has just released the 5th beta of its upcoming major mobile software version to those enrolled into iOS Developer Programs for testing purposes and making their apps compatible with this operating system.
The 5th beta of iOS 9 has a new build number 13A4325c and is released two weeks and two days after the availability of iOS 9 beta 4. The 4th beta of iOS 9 included Home sharing support, tweaked icons, new Handoff user-interface inside app switcher, a new way to activate Apple Pay from the lock screen and an improved Apple Music experience.
With September almost here when Apple is widely expected to launch iPhone 6s, the fruit company is likely squashing bugs and refining the features with trailing beta releases.
Apple’s upcoming mobile operating system iOS 9 features include an all new Notes app, revamped multitasking experience for iPad users, transit direction in Maps app, New application and much more. Since iOS 9 has entered its final beta stage, we won’t be seeing much difference apart from refinements. We’ll let you know as we find something new in iOS 9 beta 5.
The fifth beta of iOS 9 is compatible with all the devices running iOS 8.4. If your device is already running a beta version of iOS 9, you can update to iOS 9 beta 5 through OTA update by going into Settings > general > Software Update.
You can also download full-sized IPSW for iOS 9 beta 5 from the Member Center in Apple’s Developer website, but for that you must a registered iOS developer and enrolled into the program. Then follow our guide on how to install iOS using iTunes.