Apple seeds iOS 9 beta 3 to developers
If you are a registered Apple developer, you should be getting a beta update for iOS 9 on your Apple device. As promised, the iPhone maker has seeded a third beta version for the iOS edition today. The iOS 9 was unveiled last month and is expected to be publicly released in September alongside the Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus duo.
Arriving with a build number of 13A4293f, this beta’s main job is to bring Apple Music and Beats 1 radio access to iOS 9 users, and the deed has been done.
Various apps also got refreshed and improved. For example, changes were noticed in Notes, Maps, and Mail among others. The Passport app got redesigned and renamed to Wallet as well. On the iPad, the update brings split-screen multitasking alongside a redesigned keyboard.
According to Apple, the update will give your iDevice an extra hour of battery life, with underground improvements added to refine the user experience.
Apple is expected to make iOS 9 public through a beta version in July, in anticipation of a full September release. However, for now, you have to be a registered developer to download the OS right now.