It’s been a while since the iOS 9.2 is in BETA phase and there were many people wondering when this version will be finally released for the public, it seems that Apple has released the final version of iOS 9.2 for the iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices that support it.
The new iOS 9.2 comes with performance enhancements and bug fixes, as many have expected, but it also contains a few new features that were not available in the iOS 9.1. First of all, the Safari View Controller has been improved and it is now supporting Action Extension for third party applications, in addition, the new iOS 9.2 also comes with Arabic support for Siri, 3D Touch Peek and Pop support in iBooks applications and also it supports AT&T NumberSync Wi-Fi calling service.
The new iOS 9.2 comes with some hardware improvements and it is now supporting Lightning to SD Card Reader.
If your device is running on a jailbroken iOS 9 or 9.0.2, it is good to know that, likewise iOS 9.1, the 9.2 version is not jailbreakable either. With other words, if you want your device to run on a jailbroken iOS, we suggest you to stick to the iOS 9.0 or iOS 9.0.2, for now, we’re sure that the hacker teams will soon find a way to jailbreak the iOS 9.1 or 9.2. Currently, the well known hacker teams, such as PanGu or TaiG, haven’t confirmed if they found a way to jailbreak the iOS 9.1 or 9.2, but we will let you know if we find anything new about this.
The new iOS 9.2 can be updated over-the-air by going to your iDevice’s Settings->General->Software update, you can also download the IPSW file and manually update your device via iTunes.