“It will be many months before developers see Apple’s first iOS 9 beta, but the Cupertino company has already begun testing the update internally ahead of this fall’s release,” Killian Bell reports for Cult of Mac. “The software has starting appearing in analytics data for a number of sites in recent months, including our own.
“Czech blog LetemSvetemApple was first to notice iOS 9 in its Google Analytics data, with three visits from the new OS this month,” Bell reports. “Only a small number of visits every few days were accounted to iOS 9 devices for the first couple of weeks, but in mid-December, there was a noticeable increase in usage.”
Bell reports, “This suggests Apple began testing on iOS 9 on a small number of devices just two months after rolling iOS 8 out to the public, and may have made the software available to even more employees last month.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]