Apple seeds the first iOS 9.2 beta to public testers
Two days after it seeded iOS 9.2 beta 1 to developers, Apple has released iOS 9.2 for public beta testers on its public beta program website.
If you’re already a member of the public beta, or if you’d like to join, simply head over to Apple’s beta website to get started. To get started with the public beta on your iOS device, you’ll need to log in to the beta program website, and enroll your device, if not already.
As far as iOS 9.2 is concerned, the new software so far aims to enhance performance, while also including other additions behind-the-scenes. On top of that, iOS Safari will support third-party Action Extensions, as discovered in the official changelog of the newest software two days ago. Plus, holding down the reload option in the updated Safari will offer options for reloading the site as previously loaded, or to bring up a desktop version of the site.
If you decide to give the public beta a test drive, then please be sure to share your thoughts on it in the comments.
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