Yesterday, Apple has made the iOS 9.2. Beta 3 available for download to the registered users of both Public Beta and Apple Developer programs.
The second beta of iOS 9.2 was released a week ago and it seems that the developers are in a rush since they’ve just launched the third beta already, this new OS can be installed on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad devices.
The earlier two beta versions of iOS 9.2 came with a new Safari View Controller in third party applications that would function in conjunction with the third party extensions, but at the same time it brought support over the AT&T’s NumberSync service. Currently, Apple is looking to bring Arabic support for its Siri assistant, but that will most likely happen when the 9.2 LIVE version will be released.
Currently, the latest iOS version have an official change log from Apple, so it’s not clear yet if the American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, has added any new features to it.
As we’ve told you above, the iOS 9.2 Beta 3 is currently available only for the persons who are registered to either the public beta or the developer beta program. The iOS 9.3 Beta build should be available as an OTA update via the Software Update, however, the developers can head over the Apple Developer Center and download the IPSW file directly from the Apple’s servers without waiting for the OTA update.
HINT: If you are not yet registered to the Apple Public Beta program, you can sign up now, without any problems.
For the users who have their devices running on a jailbroken iOS 9, 9.0.1 or 9.0.2, it is good to know that iOS 9.1 and 9.2 can’t be jailbroken for now. In addition, Apple has stopped signing the 9.0.2 update, which means that once you update your device to 9.1 or 9.2 BETA, you will no longer be able to downgrade to iOS 9.0.2.
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