First iOS 9.1 Beta Version Is Released To The Public


Apple has released its first iOS 9.1 beta version to the public for testing purpose, ahead of the official release of iOS 9. Since July, Apple has been working on iOS 9.1 and today, you can test on the iOS 9.1 beta version to find out new features may contain in it. 

iOS 9.1 includes features for the iPad Pro, adding support for accessories like the Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil, both of which were designed for the larger-screened tablet, according to MacRumors.

iOS 9.1 also offers support for Unicode 8, introducing a selection of new emoji like taco, burrito, unicorn face, hot dog, popcorn, turkey, cheese wedge, and more. In the Settings app, users have found a new Siri setting that lets you give voice examples for the “Hey Siri” feature that can be activated whenever the iPhone is connected to power. With the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, this will be essential because “Hey Siri” activation can be used even when an iPhone is not plugged in.

It is said that iOS 9.1 is going to be released this November, along with iPad Pro. So what do you think? Before that, let’s wait for the iOS 9 release next Wednesday.

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