iOS 9.2.1 Beta Download Available to Devs and Public
Apple offers a new iOS 9.2.1 beta download. It is available to developers and public beta testers. The company continues to test its mobile platforms and soon the iOS 9.2.1 will become public allowing all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users upgrading and checking out the chages and bug fixes.
If you are registered with Apple Dev Center or participating in the company’s Public Beta Testing program you can use iOS 9.2.1 beta direct links to update from your iDevice or through iTunes. You’ll have to use your handset or login into the Dev Center to download this latest firmware version on your iDevice.
The beginning of 2016 is followed by iOS 9.2.1 direct download links seeded by Apple to testers. While iOS 9.2 brought different changes and updates, not all bugs have been fixed. Apple is trying to offer another minor upgrade that could improve its features and software.
Users who are still running iOS 9.0.2 or earlier platform can still jailbreak with Pangu. All iOS 9.1, 9.2 and now 9.2.1 users are not that lucky. There is no public jailbreak solutions for these platform versions yet.
If you are a fan of testing new Apple firmwares, you can download and install 9.2.1 version and see what it offers. Remember that you have to be either a developer registered with the company’s Dev Center or register in the free public testing program. Any method works perfectly well.