Apple has released the first public beta of its iOS 9.2 software to those enrolled into public beta testing programs. Apple has pushed the same iOS 9.2 beta 1 to the registered Apple Developers two days ago.
Those who have enrolled into Apple’s official public beta testing program can download and install the first public beta of iOS 9.2. iOS 9.2 public beta 1 will be available as an Over-the-Air update on the device on which you have properly installed the certificate to get the software versions that are not yet available to general public.
The first beta of iOS 9.2 didn’t bring much, but the general performance improvements and bug fixes. While there are some under the hood changes, the official changelog for the beta release reveals that mobile Safari has been improved with added support for third-party Action Extensions. In addition to that holding down the reload option on the new Safari either brings up the desktop version or lets you reload the website as it was previously loaded.
If you are not a developer and want to try out any beta version that Apple releases to its developers, you should sign up for Apple’s public beta testing program. In order to do that, simply go to this link and follow the instructions to become an official public beta tester for all iOS beta releases.
Are you an Apple iOS public beta tester? Have you tried out iOS 9.2 beta releases? Do not forget to share your experience in the comments section below. Also, let us know if you see something new in iOS 9.2 over iOS 9.1 software version.