iOS 9 public beta to be released today

“Alongside the public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Apple today has announced that it will release the public beta of iOS 9 later today,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac.

“The public beta will allow users to test the new features of iOS 9 before Apple launches in a stable build of the operating system this fall,” Miller reports. “Users can sign up to be a Beta Program member on Apple’s Beta Program site.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Apple’s Beta Software Program site is here (which Apple is currently updating).


    1. 8.4 is great but I still got a crash with it. iOS 8 has been so full of issues for so long I can’t wait to try iOS 9. Its focus on stability should make it at least as stable as 8 with the added benefit of playing with new features and contributing to its improvement.

      1. Nothing is worse than iOS7. That is where many of the longstanding bugs were introduced.

        I just can’t believe it took Apple so long to figure out how to make the keyboard shift key work intuitively. Too much emphasis on Ive’s desire for flay grayness instead of ease of use. Way too much stuff buried.

  1. The servers are running very slow for the beta downloads. It was stated that Apple’s CDN was going to speed these kinds of things up. Maybe the betas are not being supplied via the CDN.

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