The new update can now be downloaded by anyone who has registered to Apple’s Developer or Public Beta test program.
The new iOS 9.2 Beta 4 that Apple has just released comes with the build number 13C5075, we remind you that the iOS 9.2 Beta 3 was released only one week ago and it seems that Apple is currently rushing, as they’ve already released the Beta 4 for the upcoming iOS 9.2.
According to TechTimes, the iOS 9.2 Beta 3 has brought support for the “Action Extensions” in the Safari view controller. However, the iOS 9.2 Beta 4 features edge swipe support for the View Controller.
You can now download and install the iOS 9.2 Beta on your device as long as you’ve signed to the developer program or public beta testing program. To start downloading the version, the members will need to go to the Settings of their iPhones or iPads and select General->Software update.
If you didn’t register as a developer or beta tester, you can easily sign up right now, once you’ve signed up, you will be able to download and install the iOS 9.2 Beta 4 on your device without any problems.
However, if you intend to switch from the iOS 9.1 to 9.2 Beta 4 you should be careful, as it may be quite hard for you to revert back to the “official” versions of the OS.
If you are interested in testing out the iOS 9.2 Beta 4, but you don’t want to sign-up for Apple’s beta developer or beta testing programs, you can download the version via the iModZone downloads website, according to the website, you will be able to download the iOS 9.2 for a few Apple devices such as: iPads, iPod Touches, Apple Watch and iPhone.
The 9.2 update comes with many new features such as: NumberSync Wi-Fi calling in AT&T, bug fixes for iCloud Keychain or Arabic support for Siri.