iOS 9.1 Beta Release Date, Features, Download Link and Supported Devices
The last OS release by Apple took place in September 2014, when iOS 8 was seeded for the end users by the Cupertino tech giant. The industry is now ripe with rumors on iOS 9. The leading tech portals are not letting any piece of info related to iOS 9 to escape.
Speculating the upcoming features and the release date of iOS 9 is no doubt important because that’ll cater to the curiosity of the end users, but so is anticipating the new features and the possible bug fixes in iOS 9.1.
iOS 9.1 download
At this moment, there’s no download link to iOS 9.1 beta. As soon as it releases, we’ll put the iOS 9.1 download link here.
iOS 9.1 features
iOS 9.1 beta won’t be available for all devices. That’s something that could disappoint users, but there’s a likelihood that iPad Mini and the fifth generation iPod Touch would be discontinued from Apple’s list of iOS 9.1 compatible devices.
The four major aspects of iOS 9 are going to be speed tweaks, stability, bug fixes and optimization. iOS 8 was marred with bugs, the ensuing beta releases came with bug fixes but many were still not impressed. iOS 9.1 will add something more to iOS 9 than ordinary sales pitches for under-the-hood enhancements.
iOS 9.1 will be coming with two components reportedly. That is Features and Fixes. According to the few sources it is saying that this device will be updated with the split-screen apps and the introduction of the picture-in-Picture video playback. There is also rumor that we will have the upgraded version of Siri and Notifications Center which will have more fun with the larger screen display of the devices. Now we can earn the other features updates as the media event has finished tomorrow on September 9th.
Where there is a feature, there is a fixes. Therefore, X.1 updates have always their own way of fixing the iOS issues and this will be going to help.
iOS 9.1 features may reveal significant improvements in Control Center, Touch ID, CarPlay other than the Map feature.
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iOS 9.1 beta version
We don’t know how many beta versions of iOS 9.1 Apple is planning to introduce. Apple has broken all its previous records by launching six versions of iOS 8 after the GM version release. With iOS 9, Apple may repeat this. iOS 9.1 beta version being the first of them are expected to be more stable than other versions, because it will showcase performance upgrades, as well as speed improvements.
iOS 9.1 release date
There are plenty of evidences that compel us to believe the prototype builds of iOS 9 are being tested currently on selective devices. Data provided by a Czech-language website shows some visits were made by people who use devices that run iOS 9.
It is saying that 12 inch iPad Pro will probably ship the iOS 9.1 update. iPad Pro will also not appear for sale before October or may be in November. There is also possibility of release of the iOS 9.1 at the same time in between October and November. You can get to see iOS 9.1 might before Apple released iOS 8.1last year. So the indication is heading towards the same direction of releases as per the structure.
Apple is so firm in making its decision and now they are very stern with keeping updates into beta. Earlier in the last year, the iOS 8.1 released on October20 while its beta (iOS 8.1 beta) released on September 29th. So, iOS 9.1 beta has made its appearance already.
iOS 9.1 supported devices
We’ve already hinted that Apple may discard old devices from getting iOS 9 or iOS 9.1 update. The devices that are supposed to support iOS 9.1 will reportedly be
- iPad 3
- iPad 4
- iPad Air
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Air 3
- iPad Pro
- iPad mini 2
- iPad mini 3,
- iPad mini 4
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 5C
- iPhone 5S
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6+
- iPhone 7
- iPod touch (fifth generation)
Four devices in the list, iPad Air 3, iPad Pro, iPad Mini 4 and iPhone 7 are yet to release. In all likelihood, those devices will hit the stores by fall-2015. So the list appears credible.
iOS 9.1 Review
It’s not possible for us to review the OS at this moment because it hasn’t launched yet. As soon as it puts in appearance, we’ll review it and share with our readers all its features, strength and weaknesses.