The long waited upgrade to the iOS 9.2 OS has been released by the maker, Apple, today. There are plenty of new features are released with this operating system and hence it supported for all the iPhones, iPads, iPod touch devices. As most of you have been updated with Apple iOS 9.1 OS earlier, the notification about the iOS 9.2 will be displayed on the notification panel as soon as possible. Some of the major changes happened with the iOS 9.1 are the 150 new emojies. Also it supports all the Unicode 7.0 and Unicode 8.0 emojies at its best.
Live Photo Functionality Update:
The Live photo functionality is nothing but the technology, which “intelligently senses when you raise or lower your iPhones, iPad, iPods” and simply negotiate such movements in the recording area. As usual, there are few bugs were also removed and improvements are made with the iOS 9.1 indeed.
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Finally, there is a new option in Settings > Messages, which lets you allow or disable showing photos for your contacts.
First Beta iOS 9.2 OS Release Today:
Today, Apple released its first public date for the Beta iOS 9.2 and you can avail the same in the developer’s location within a couple of days from now. Interestingly, this will be available only for those who signed up for the Apples’ beta program for software indeed. If you’re not signed yet, just try to sign today to enjoy the latest applications and software.
No Reversal to iOS 9.1 OS:
As before, if you're in the beta program iOS 9.2 beta 1 will be offered to you as an over-the-air update on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Once you apply it, you can't turn back to older versions of the OS, keep that in mind.
As far as the upgrade is considered, the users are possessed with the option like they can install their desired extension on the Safari. Interestingly, the web browser is likely to working in third party apps. The techies are suspected certain bugs hidden within the browser from this move.
As the latest complete version of the iOS 9.1 has been released just a couple of week ago and you can’t expect the iOS 9.2 would be a complete finished product. Also, there could be a bug within the system (not sure and not mean), if so, you can’t revert back to the 9.1 version. Hence, dare to update to the latest OS at your own risk.
Share your experience with the iOS 9.2 Beta upgrade from iOS 9.1 in the comment section.