iOS 9.2 beta 4 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is now available for download. Apple has just released the fourth beta of iOS 9.2 to the registered Apple developers as well as to those who have enrolled into the beta testing program. Hit the jump to learn more about the iOS 9.2 beta 4.
The fourth beta installment of Apple’s upcoming software update carries a build number 13C5075. Apple had seeded the first beta of iOS 9.2 back on October 27 and the iOS 9.2 beta 3 version was pushed to the developers last week.
Overall, the iOS 9.2 is meant to bring performance improvements, bug fixes, and enhancements related to the Safari View Controller. The Safari View Controller is the window that opens up when the user clicks a link inside an app. Safari View Controller now also supports third-party extensions and it can be dismissed with a simple swipe from the edge. With iOS 9.2, users can reload the web page without Content Blockers and the desktop variant of the website can be requested by long tapping on the reload button in the Safari View Controller, just like it does in Safari mobile browser.
With iOS 9.2, AT&T users can enjoy the NumberSync feature that allows users to user devices other than their smartphones such as an iPad or a Mac to make calls using a phone number without connecting the iPhone to them.
iOS 9.2 beta 4 is compatible with all the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch models capable of running iOS 9.1 software update. The update is available as an OTA ( Over-the-Air) update to all those already rocking a beta version of iOS 9.2 and can be installed by going into Settings > General > Software Update. The update can also be downloaded as a full sized IPSW file from Apple Developer Center or beta testing program.