iOS 9.1 beta 2 released to developers

iOS 9.1 beta 2 has been released for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to developers. The new build is 13B5119e and weighs in around 169 MB. The update is rolling out to all iOS 9.1 beta 1 users via Software Update while the full ipsw firmware can also be downloaded from Apple Developer Center. 

The first iOS 9.1 beta for developers and the public build were released a few weeks back and brought a few changes such as a new emojis including the middle finger, improved performance and much more.

iOS 9.1

In our hands on, iOS 9.1 had good performance on iPhones so it should be a good upgrade for users not happy with the laggy experience on iOS 9. It is expected that iOS 9.1 will be released with iPad Pro.

We are updating to iOS 9.1 beta 2 and will report back with the changes found in this release. It is yet to be seen if iOS 9.1 beta fixes the lock screen bug issue.

If you are a developer, head to the Apple Developer Center to download the update or check Settings > Software Update to download it over the air. If you don’t see the update despite being eligible for it, check Settings > General > Profile and delete any public beta profile you might have installed from Apple. Restart your iOS device and check Software Update again and it should show up.

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