iOS 9 Apps Available for External Testing
The testing of iOS 9 and new watchOS 2 that should support Apple Watch devices continues. The company has enabled iOS 9 TestFlight option. It allows developers to test their applications and games built for the two future platforms.
While iOS 9 external testing is presented for devs and their teams the initial firmware updates didn’t offer such an option to users until now. Finally the Cupertino-based corporation enabled the external testing for iOS 9 applications and programs for both mobile firmwares that support iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and the ‘fruit’ wearable that was officially unveiled in the spring 2015.
What does this mean to devs? Apple lets them invite beta testers from different groups and see how the programs work and run. This way developers and developer companies can fix all possible bugs and issues in time their apps get submitted to the App Store as soon as iOS 9 release becomes public this fall.
The soon release of iOS 9 and upcoming iPhone 6S launch should bring a lot of new features and options to iDevices and the next watchOS 2 should let users run applications right on their Watch and not depend on the iPhone that much.
Are you getting excited as the public launch of a lot of new operating systems from Apple is getting closer?