With so many iOS 9.3.2 bugs many users can’t wait for official iOS 9.3.3 release date. It should happen soon since Apple has already seeded the first iOS 9.3.3 update to developers. If you are a registered dev you can download iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 and test all the minor changes that would hopefully make the known problems disappear.
Many users are unhappy with iOS 9.3.2 release [there are some new Android features inspired by iOS 9]. This firmware version was supposed to bring minor changes without any new issues. However it didn’t fix the problems for 9.7-inch iPad Pro users and many iPhone owners.
Hopefully once developers install iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 they will be happy to report no issues. Of course, it is only possible to learn about problems, bugs and issues while using the firmware every day. Still devs do a great job by testing betas and helping Apple to solve things right away and avoid bringing more problems to the public release.
How can you install iOS 9.3.3 first beta? There are some requirements you have to meet before you get a chance to update to this iPhone, iPad and iPod touch firmware beta. Firstly, you have to be a registered developer and access Apple Dev Center. Secondly, you have to have registered UDID [here is how to locate your Apple Watch UDID in case you need it]. Thirdly, you should have desire to test new and upcoming mobile platforms for ‘fruit’ devices.
If you meet all the requirements above you can download iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 through direct links offered through Dev Center or install 9.3.3 first beta via OTA-update.
Apple released iOS 9.3.3 betas to developers and now lets public beta testers download iOS 9.3.3 beta to their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This version of mobile operating system should possibly fix the problems with iOS 9.3.2.
In case you haven’t updated to iOS 9.3.2 release and haven’t time to explore its features you should know that many 9.7-inch iPad Pro users experience issues with this firmware. Most Apple fans hope that the next update will fix this.
Public iOS 9.3.3 beta arrives right after this version was introduced to registered developers. Now both devs and ordinary iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users who registered in the official free Public Beta Program can test the update and see what changes to be offered soon.
It’s curious to know when the Cupertino-based company is planning to release this update. Apple will introduce future iOS 10 this June. The company organizes WWDC 2016 conference every year and this is when it lets users download the first beta of upcoming operating system.
Devs and public testers will be exploring iOS 10 in the summer and ordinary users will see this version launch in the fall just in time when iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus arrive. The two new smartphone models woudn’t get major update this year. There are predictions about big changes coming to iPhone 8 in 2017.
Testers and developers are peering inside the next iOS 9.3.2 betas. Apple released four of them by now and there are some interesting iOS 9.3.2 changes revealed in the speed test. What does it show? How can the upcoming mobile platform be improved?
The previous iOS 9.3.1 version worked better on older phone models and iOS 9.3.2 beta features promise even better performance. Of course, these are still slight changes because new firmwares can’t work great on both new powerful iPhones and older versions.
The speed tests performed by experts were used on iPhone 6s iPhone 6 and older iPhone 5, 5s and 4s versions. iOS 9.3.1 and iOS 9.3.2 beta versions were installed on all these Apple gadgets. Experts used the same backup to restore iPhones before performing this interesting test.
Firmware 9.3.2 seems to boost a bit faster than 9.3.1 version. Also some applications load faster. If you are using Apple in-stock apps you might be glad to update to iOS 9.3.2 once it becomes public. Apple Maps, Weather, Reminders and some other programs load quickly on old iPhone models that are running newest best.
There will be several more betas before we see iOS 9.3.2 public release. Apple could change the system a bit more and offer more enhancements so it’s hard to judge the loading and reboot speed right now. Everything could easily change as time goes by.
Have you been a public beta tester? It is free to roll into this program. You’ll have a chance to officially install betas on your iPhone and iPad and test firmwares earlier than all other users. It’s a nice chance to explore future possibilities before they are launched.
Apple brings iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 release. This is another beta offered to iPhone and iPad devs who are testing the next mobile operating system for ‘fruit’ devices. There are three other betas launched in April.
Only registered developers are advised to download iOS 9.3.2 beta 4. Users who like to explore future mobile firmwares can either search for direct links iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 that don’t require developer’s UDID number or register in Apple Public Beta program to install public betas once they are offered by the Cupertino-based company.
There will be more betas this spring. The ‘fruit’ giant could make the firmware public this May or June. Developers who are testing this iOS version can’t wait to see the next iOS 10. This will be a major upgrade that should become public in the fall. Devs and public beta testers will be exploring the new features and updates. Compared to the future release iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 is just a minor improvement to iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1 releases.
You can download iOS 9.3.2 beta 4 through Dev Center links or via OTA update. Make sure your iPhone or iPad is already running one of iOS 9.3.2 betas. Hopefully this update has less bugs iOS 9.3 had. Users had to wait for Apple to present fixes in the updates but luckily the ‘fruit’ giant was fast to create new versions that solved everything.
A lot of experts thought Apple would offer iOS 9 GM download links right after the ‘Hey Siri’ special event. The company did just as predictions suggested. The company presented the final beta version of its new iOS 9 firmware to devs and it is already available for download.
Users who were testing iOS 9 betas during summer can use iOS 9 gold master download option through OTA update or directly from the Dev Center [you should be registered with the official Apple Dev Program and have registered UDID in order to test the ‘fruit’ firmwares before they are unveiled to public].
Public Beta testers might also be able to download iOS 9 Golden Master release that is available as 13A340build. This brand new platform should soon become public. We’ve heard Apple could launch it on September 16th.
Users will get a lot of new features once they update to iOS 9. It is unclear if hackers can jailbreak it right away. Pangu team already reported that their exploits found but not released for iOS 8.4.1 firmware were already patched by Apple in iOS latest betas. This means more time is required for finding new holes in the ‘fruit’ mobile OS code and thus the jailbreak will most likely be released later in 2015 or early 2016.
So those of you who can’t wait to see the GM iOS 9 version could download the update from Apple. Since this is the final build of the iPhone firmware you might want to just wait for the company to present the official public version. By that time the App Store will have many apps compatible with iOS 9 and you’ll be able to play games, download applications and discover all the great features this mobile OS brings.
If you are planning to pre-order iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, your new phone will come with iOS 9 pre-installed on it.
Some customers were expecting to see iPad Pro iOS 9 update along with the new “S” lineup of Apple smartphones. New rumors suggest we won’t see the official public release of the next generation iPad Pro in September and thus it won’t be shipped with upcoming iOS 9 firmware version that has a lot of new features and useful options.
When iPad Pro 2015 release date could be expected? This bigger tablet device could be waiting for both Force Touch addition and special stylus that supports this technology. It could also get the special screen resolution however it might not be introduced and released this September as some experts hoped for.
Analysts change their predictions and believe that iPad Pro is scheduled to be unveiled later in the fall, after iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are publicly released. While these smartphones should come with iOS 9 pre-installed on them, iPad Pro will be most likely running iOS 9.1 version that could follow in October 2015.
We haven’t seen the iOS 9.1 betas yet. Apple was testing iOS 9 operating system in the summer. It presented several testing versions to developers who are registered in the company’s Dev Center programs and a few public betas that are used by beta testers registered in the special Public Beta Program launched by the Cupertino-based giant earlier this year.
Do you also think that the iOS giant is planning to devote September to its new iPhone lineup and present iPad Pro with iOS 9.1 update sometime in October? Does it sound like something the ‘fruit’ company could do?
Some reports assure Apple will start the mass production of its next tablet generation in October. Right now it is probably focusing on iPhone upgrade, iOS 9 polishing and other tasks that would make the “S” gen handsets release painless and with no or little bugs.
The new mobile firmware version is available for download. This time Apple lets developers to get firmware under the build 13A4325c however you can also download iOS 9 beta 5 without UDID even if you don’t have a registered developer account. We are glad to share the direct links with all iPad, iPod touch and iPhone users who wish to see the new features brought in this update.
Firstly, we should note that iOS 9 beta 5 brings Shuffle feature to Apple Music fans. Secondly, this testing version adds some slight changes to App Switcher where Handoff option will show suggested apps from the ones you have installed already and not suggested by the App Store. Thirdly, there are other improvements that make it so interesting to peer inside this operating system release.
If you are an official developer you could upgrade via OTA and through Apple Developer site. If you are public tester you could download iOS 9 public beta 3. If you are not a developer / public tester you can download iOS 9 beta 5 without developer account right now [here is how to sign up for official Apple Beta Testing program].
Direct iOS 9 Beta 5 Links
All iPhone users can easily update through the links below:
In case you want to install iOS 9 beta 4 on public iOS 9 beta 2 here is useful tutorial on how to do it correctly. The Apple company on Wednesday has officially launched the second public beta of iOS 9 to testers. so there many users who already downloaded iOS 9 beta 2 public firmware on their devices.
You may not know that you can update to the latest iOS 9 beta developer version directly from the iOS 9 public beta 2. So if you want to go back to the latest updates and features offered by iOS 9 beta 4, but currently your device is running the public beta 2, it’s extremely easy to upgrade your device to the latest developer version of the iOS 9 beta 4.
How To Install iOS 9 Beta 4 On Public iOS 9 Beta 2 Running Device
Important note before start the installation process: Your device must run the iOS 9 public beta to follow this tutorial.
Step 1: First launch Settings > General > Profile option
Step 2: Now tap on the iOS 9 Beta Software Profile
Step 3: Next, click on Delete Profile > Delete option
Step 4: Now please reboot your device
Step 5: Open Settings > General > Software Update to check for the latest iOS 9 developer beta
Step 6: After that push Download and Install option to start the iOS 9 beta 4 installation.
By using this method, it’s possible to upgrade to the latest developer beta in a legitimate way without actually needing to be signed as the developer. But users should keep in mind that this is beta software, so your mileage may vary. But according to users that have already tested this method and installed iOS 9 beta 4 on public iOS 9 beta 2 reported that it worked fine for them.
From now it is possible to download iOS 9 beta 2 public firmware, as Apple company has officially released the second public beta for the latest mobile operating system and OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
This second beta public launch was pushed more than two weeks after Apple officially seeded the first public beta for iOS 9. Unlike the betas available under Apple Developer Program, public betas are free and available to anyone who signs up at Apple Beta Software Program .
iOS 9 beta 2 public firmware carries the 13A4305g build number. For those keeping track, this means that the second iOS 9 public beta is identical to the fourth iOS 9 beta released for developers, which was seeded to testers just two days ago. The latest iOS 9 developer beta has brought back Home Sharing feature for Music and the ability to take pictures using volume buttons, together with minor UI changes to Music app, Handoff UI and Settings app.
For beta testers with the first public beta already installed on a iOS device, the new software is available via an over the air (OTA) update, which should be available now.
How to download iOS 9 beta 2 public firmware and install it on your device?
If you are already running Public Beta 1 of iOS 9, simply navigate to Settings -> General -> Software Update and update directly using Apple’s over-the-air (OTA) system. Also you can install iOS 9 beta 4 on bublic beta 2 if you need as well.
The newest beta for iOS 9 has revealed a few key changes, including the welcomed presence of Home Sharing for Apple Music, a new location for Handoff in the app switcher, and other tweaks and additions.
Download iOS 9 beta 2 public firmware via these direct links:
This week brings some new operating system updates from Apple. The company launched the WatchOS 2 beta 4, Mac OS X El Capitan beta 4 and iOS 9 beta 4. All fourth betas are available for download to developers yet you can use direct links iOS 9 beta 4 to update your iDevice to this latest release and discover features the company added to this version.
It’s interesting that you can download iOS 9 beta 4 ipsw file for iPod touch 6G which is the newest device Apple released in July. According to news the fourth testing beta comes with Home Sharing option for Apple Music streaming service [this feature lacked in iOS 8.4 that was presented with Music as well].
The Cupertino-based company changed some elements in Settings. It also solved some previous issues and offered Picture in Picture mode for users who are enjoying Podcasts program on iPad. This way they can now perform different tasks while still watching videos. Are you ready to upgrade manually to this beta? Remember that the direct links below don’t require you having a developer’s account with Apple but you still should proceed with caution.
iOS 9 Beta 4 No UDID Download Link [13A4305g]
There are two models of iPod touch that can run iOS 9 beta 4: