Apple's iOS 9 public beta is now available for everyone sporting an eligible iDevice


Just recently, the third iOS 9 beta got seeded to developers with a couple of new features in tow. Apart from beta 3, we also knew that Apple is about to release an official public beta later in July, but little did we know that it will land only a day afterwards. 

The official public beta of iOS 9 is now official and available for anyone sporting an eligible device. Interestingly enough, this is the first time Apple has released a public beta of any of its platforms.

In order to partake into the beta program, you need to go straight to Apple's site and sign up with an eligible Apple ID, then you will be asked to enroll your device for the test version of iOS 9. You don't even need an iTunes-toting PC or Mac, as the beta can be snatched over-the-air.

It comes without saying that the beta is boasting a hefty amount of bugs, flaws, and should generally be expected to be pretty flawed in comparison with the latest official iOS version. That's normal, given that it's a "beta".

If you're wondering whether to hop on the train or not, have a look at our iOS 9 preview.

source: Apple 

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