Without much ado, Apple released the iOS 9 beta version, targeting iPhone, iPod Touch and iPads alike.
With the final version bound to be released with the upcoming iPhone somewhere in autumn, the iOS 9 beta version is, as expected, a heated topic of debate among users who are either thrilled or taking to forums to express their woes.
Still, the iOS 9 beta versionis one bundle of goodies for Apple device users, promising improved experiences all around. As expected, it is ridden with bugs that draw public opprobrium, but keep in mind it is a public beta version nonetheless.
So, if you want to experience by yourself what the fuss is all about, Apple made the iOS 9 beta version publicly available without prompting users to jump the hoops of expensive accounts. Visit the official webpage, click to load the iOS 9 beta version, enter your Apple ID and password and wait.
Apple queues users who want to install the iOS 9 beta version and lets them know when it’s their turn to download it via email. Be aware that currently, the system is jammed with users wanting to try out the release.
As the beta version is not complete and reports are pouring in about bugs, you might want to test it on a different device than the main one you use. Download it and enjoy the new additions, from an enhanced Siri, to Maps transit directions or split screen function for the iPad.
Remember, it is advised that all system and files existing on the device previous to the installation of iOS 9 beta version are saved in iCould or iTunes as a precautionary measure.
One quirky fix that comes with iOS 9 beta version is fixing the keyboard! For years, the keyboard featured exclusively upper case letters, regardless of typing upper or lower case. For many users, this was a feature that got on their nerves.
With little indication of whether Shift is on or not, except for the arrow icon switching to black, one could hurriedly ‘yell’ a message in Caps Lock. For iOS 9 beta version, it all took a shift for the better.
While you are waiting for your own download of iOS 9 beta version, take a peek at what developers and non-developer users have to say of the new Apple release coming out in the official version in autumn.
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