Arriving right after yesterday’s launch of iOS 9.2.1 beta for developers, Apple has just seeded the latest version of iOS 9.2.1 to those that are officially registered into Apple’s public beta testing program.
Coming a day after the launch of iOS 9.2.1 developer beta, folks will be able to get in on iOS 9.2.1 if they are registered through the public beta testing program. In addition, if you’re already a registered member of the public beta program, or if you would like to join, you can head on over to Apple’s beta website to learn more.
To get enrolled in the public beta on your iOS device, like your iPhone or iPad, simply log into the beta program’s website, and sign your device in. Once enrolled, updates will be conducted through OTA (over-the-air) on your device.
As noted before, yesterday’s developer iOS beta release was seeded with no change log, which isn’t a surprise since it was a minor release version. With that said, there are likely only bug fixes to report in the incremental update.
Source info: beta.apple.com
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