Just a little less than two weeks after releasing iOS 9 beta 3, Apple has followed up by releasing the fourth beta version of the software to registered developers. It’s available to download over-the-air or through Apple’s Developer Center.
The software was first announced back in June at WWDC. It should officially arrive to the public sometime this fall.
Some of the improvements in iOS 9 include a smarter Siri, advanced multitasking capabilities for iPad users, and the native Apple News app.
We’ll let you know of any major changes we find in this version of the software. The third beta brought the introduction of a revamped two-factor authentication system and more.
Along with iOS 9 beta 4, Apple also released the fourth beta version of WatchOS 2.0 for the Apple Watch and OS X El Capitan. Both of those are also expected to be released this fall.