Apple has just released the first beta for its upcoming iOS 9.2.1 software update to the developers for testing it on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. Registered iOS developers can download this iOS 9.2.1 beta 1 by logging into their iOS developers account.
The first beta of iOS 9.2.1 has a build number 13D11 which compares to last week’s iOS 9.2 final release at 13C75. This beta release comes just a week after the availability of iOS 9.2 to the general public. iOS 9.2 was a relatively minor update as it featured numerous under-the-hood improvements, bug fixes, performance enhancements along with better experience for Apple Music, iBooks, Mail and other Apple apps and services.
Just like any other point update, iOS 9.2.1 will most probably bring more bug fixes and performance improvements to Apple’s mobile operating system. Currently, iOS 9.2.1 beta 1 available to registered iOS developers only, a public beta has not been released yet at the time of this publication, but usually follows after a day or so.
At this point, it is not known what new features this new beta brings to iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Since it’s just a point update, we should not expect any major new feature to make its way into 9.2.1 release. If you’ve a developers account and updated to the b, let us know if you find any new change in iOS. We’ll update this post as we learn more about what’s new in iOS 9.2.1 beta 1.
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