Apple Releases First Public Beta of iOS 9.1

Apple Releases First Public Beta of iOS 9.1

Apple seeded the first developer beta of iOS 9.1 immediately following their big shindig on Wednesday, and now one day later, they’ve released the first public beta of the upcoming update to iOS 9.

Apple Releases iOS 9.1 Public Beta

iOS 9.1 adds support for the upcoming iPad Pro, including support for the Smart Keyboard, and Apple Pencil. Both accessories, and iOS 9.1, are due to be released alongside the new tablet in November. iOS 9.1 also includes support for Unicode 8, with important new emoji, including a taco, a burrito, unicorn, hot dog, and more. (SARCASM OFF)

MacRumors reports that public beta testers who running the iOS 9 beta 5 seed are receiving the iOS 9.1 beta seed as an over-the-air update.

iOS users who would like to be a part of the Apple Beta Testing Program can sign up at Apple’s Beta Testing website. Mac users can also sign up there to be a part of the public beta testing program for upcoming releases of OS X.

  1. ARob says:

    My iPhone6+ and iPad3 seem faster, more responsive with 9.1 than 8 or 9.0! Impressed so far.

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