Apple has released the first iOS 9.2.1 beta for all iOS devices to developers. The beta arrives with a build number of 13D11, and comes just eight days after Apple seeded the public release of iOS 9.2 back on December 8th.
Like always, folks can download iOS 9.2.1 beta right now for their iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch devices on Apple’s Developer Member Center. As of now, no change details are currently available. However, it’s likely to contain performance improvements, enhanced stability and bug fixes.
Furthermore, as indicated by its small version number increase, many users are saying that this is likely to be a small bug fix release, and as such, the company may not even release “change details” for the update. In addition, last week’s release of iOS 9.2 contained a long list of features and bug fixes, which brings many users to the conclusion that this beta fixes some of iOS 9.2’s issues that slipped through. Lastly, we will be sure to update you on any new changes we come across with the beta of iOS 9.2.1.
Source info: developer.apple.com
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