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Apple releases first iOS 9.2, Xcode 7.2 betas to developers

iOS 9.2 2-1
Just the week following the public release of iOS 9.1 with bug fixes and new emojis, Apple has seeded the first beta of the upcoming iOS 9.2 to developers. The new download for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is available via the Developer Center. We recently noted that internal Apple testing of iOS 9.2 has increased over the past couple of weeks.

The first indications from testers are that this upgrade includes notable bug fixes and changes to how third-party apps handle embedded Safari views:

Screenshot 2015-10-27 13.16.32

Apple has also released the first beta of Xcode 7.2, which includes iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS SDKs. We’ll keep updating this post as we learn more about the new software update.

Screenshot 2015-10-27 13.06.16

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  1. tush4r - 7 years ago

    Hope they have fixed AirDrop and Hand-Off bug in the Mac OS X 10.11.1 and iOS 9.1.

  2. tonywmd23 - 7 years ago

    Hope they’ll make the 6s plus animations smoother. It’s such a simply thing for them to optimize. I can’t believe how little effort they’re spending to polish their mobile OS. It’s not the iOS6 era anymore.

  3. raniop - 7 years ago

    Arabic is now available in Siri!

  4. ag80911 - 7 years ago

    No thanks – they would need to release some amazing/must have feature to remove my jailbreak – now that I have remote messages all set in my phone, I am able to use imessage from windows

  5. So do we see OSX 10.11.2 Beta 1 tomorrow?

  6. nakreche - 7 years ago

    Can someone tell any new languages in Siri? Is there Polish?