The iOS 9 update is finally here but many users are already getting excited about Apple’s next big iOS 9 update. With the iOS 9.1 release date inching closer, we want to take a look at five reasons you should be excited for the next big update.
Earlier this month, Apple confirmed a number of new products including an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and an iPad mini 4. It also confirmed several new iOS 9 release details including the iOS 9 release date and an iOS 9.1 release.
With all of the attention being lavished on iOS 9.0, the iOS 9.1 update kind of flew under the radar. And while it won’t be as big as the iOS 9 update that Apple unleashed earlier this month, it’s going to be an extremely exciting update for a number of reasons.
Before we get into it, it’s important to note that the iOS 9.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is available right now. In beta form.[contextly_sidebar id=”ESfkp3u0qffEFojxJgqNc9L1rZU4iSJf”]
The iOS 9.1 beta 2 was just released earlier this month ahead of an unknown release date. If you’re looking to develop for the iOS platform, you can snag a paid developer account and download the iOS 9.1 update right now.
If you don’t want to pay, you can use your Apple ID and download the public version of iOS 9.1 beta through the company’s Beta Software Program.
iOS 9.1 isn’t finished and it could cause problems for you so you’ll want to be extremely if you do decide to download the iOS 9.1 beta.
Apple’s next big iOS 9 release has captured our attention for more than a few reasons and today we want to take a look at five of them. Keep these in mind as we push away from the iOS 9 release date towards the upcoming iOS 9.1 release date.
iOS 9.1 Release Date Soon
The first reason you should be excited about the iOS 9.1 update is because it's probably only a few weeks away from coming out.
Apple hasn't confirmed an iOS 9.1 release date yet and it's looking like it will be released in and around the time the 12-inch iPad Pro goes on sale. iPad Pro pre-orders are expected to start in late October ahead of a release date in November.
It used to be that we'd have to wait for x.1 milestone system upgrades. These days Apple's getting them, and their new features, out in an extremely fast manner. And iPhone and iPad users around the world are better off for it.
Apple's first big iOS 9 update will come with new features and enhancements so you'll want to keep your eyes peeled for new iOS 9.1 betas (Apple just released its second iOS 9.1 beta) and new iOS 9.1 release date rumors.