Apple on Wednesday released first iOS 9.2.1 beta to those registered members in the Apple Developer Program portal. Beta 1 release comes only a week after Apple released final version of iOS 9.2 to public availability.
This pre-release seed can be downloaded right now. Developer who are part of the Member Center on Apple Developer site by those who are registered and enrolled in the developer program are eligible.
Carring the build number 13D11, this seed is currently not available to public beta testers but it only a matter of time before Apple makes it available to those registered in Public Beta program.
What’s new in this iOS 9.2.1 beta 1 release? Unfortunately, Apple hasn’t revealed any official changelog yet so we don’t know for sure about the changes what it includes here. Since it been a minor point release, it is likely that this update brings bug fixes and performance improvements, and has been pushed just before the Christmas holidays so that developers and testers have ample time to give it a test run on their iPhones and iPads.
You can sign up on the Apple Public Beta program if you are not a developer and not registered in Apple Developer Program, and wait for Apple to roll out the public beta of iOS 9.2.1 version, which shouldn’t be long before it hits public beta channel. Here are instructions on how to sign up for Apple’s iOS Public Beta program here.
If any information surface regarding this update, we’ll pot it here with more details about iOS 9.2.1 beta 1. Stay tuned.
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