Its been 21 days since the release of the first iOS 9.2 beta for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. And in that time, we’ve learned quite a bit about the next milestone upgrade for iOS 9. With a new beta now available, we want to take a look at everything we’ve learned, so far, about the iOS 9.2 update and release.
Believe it or not, its almost been a month since Apple released the first iOS 9.2 beta for developers. The public iOS 9.2 beta 1 came a day later for those in the public Beta Software Program.
Apple hasn’t said a word about the iOS 9.2 update letting its beta releases do the talking for it. And while the company is mum, we have learned a thing or two about the iOS 9.2 update, its features, and its release for iOS 9 users around the world.
With no iOS 9.1.1 update in sight, the iOS 9.2 is currently the only candidate to replace the iOS 9.1 update that Apple rolled out last month. iOS 9.1.1 or not, iOS 9.2 is the next big update for Apple’s iOS 9 operating system.
With the iOS 9.2 beta making progress today, we want to outline a few of the things we’ve learned at the three week mark. This updated roundup includes details about iOS 9.2 features, potential problems, performance, jailbreak, and more.