Apple is starting the new year by introducing the latest beta version of iOS 9.2.1 to registered developers and public testers. The second beta can be downloaded now over-the-air or through Apple’s Developer Center.
It’s unknown what changes are in the software, but with the .1 designation, it should just be minor improvements and other assorted bug fixes. We’ll let you know if we find anything of major note.
The first beta edition of the software landed in mid-December.
The most recent version of iOS available to the public, iOS 9.2, arrived earlier that month. Its biggest change was the way Safari View Controller works within third-party apps.
It also brought support for AT&T’s NumberSync Wi-Fi calling feature that allows customers of that carrier to take calls on any device, even when their iPhone isn’t nearby. It also brought bug fixes for iCloud Keychain, Apple Watch synchronizing and pairing, audio quality when streaming to stereo systems, and more.