Apple released iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan beta for the general public earlier this month. Now, the company is rolling out the public beta 2, giving interested users a sneak peak of what changes Apple is bringing with its new software. Also Read - Grab iPhone 11 with up to Rs 8,000 discount in India, but for a limited periodAlso Read - Apple App store removes this popular dating app for spreading misinformation
This iOS 9 public beta version seems to include the same changes that were seeded to developers a day before, reports Macrumors. The changes include the return of Home sharing button, support for the new iPod touch, UI changes, and the usual bunch of bug fixes. OS X El Capitan public beta is focused more on bug fixes, performance improvements and few UI changes. Also Read - Apple adds UPI, RuPay, net banking on App Store: How to add new payment methods
For those using the first public beta, will get a notification of the OTA update. First time installers, on the other hand, will need to head over to beta.apple.com and install the consumer beta version of iOS 9 or OS X El Capitan. For the registration process, you will need to login with your Apple ID, and then follow the instructions given.
Before you go installing the beta versions though, a word of caution. Operating system betas are riddled with bugs and may cause the devices to crash a lot. We recommend you to wait it out till the official iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan are released which will be optimized fully for most Apple devices.