The second beta of Apple’s huge iOS 9.0 update is now available to developers who are ready to take the plunge with Apple’s newest mobile operating system.
iOS 9.0 contains hundreds of performance improvements and new features like redesigned Siri, Maps transit directions, improved app switcher, Apple Pay upgrades and more. The first iOS 9.0 beta went live immediately after WWDC at the beginning of the month, but some developers have complained that battery life took a hit on devices with iOS 9.0 installed.
The update is currently available to users on iOS 9.0 beta 1 via an over the air update, as well as direct download in Apple Dev Center. The release notes don’t mention any major changes, but we’ll let you know what we find once it’s on our devices.
Apple announced iOS 9.0 at WWDC where the company revealed new features like better search, an improved Siri, low battery mode, a new app switcher, and tons of bug fixes to go around. iOS 9 will be available to the public later this fall, but the company announced it will offer a public beta later this summer, if you’re interested in trying it early.