Apple’s beta program seems like a grand success, both for the company as well as for developers across the globe. Stepping over the same stones again, the Cupertino brings us yet another seed of the latest version of its mobile operating system.
The company has today released the 5th beta for iOS 9.1 with various bug fixes and improvements. The new seed has been released less than a week after the release of the 4th iteration of the iOS 9.1 betas.
The updated beta gives you a much fuller gist of what you can expect from iOS 9.1 (though still not even close to completion) which is soon to be officially launched. The new version of Apple’s mobile OS is expected to come in with new emojis, new wallpapers, developer support for Live Photos and iPad Pro/Apple Pencil compatibility and a lot more.
The most interesting update would surely be the newer emojis to most people. There are expected to be many additions including the notorious ‘middle finger’ one in the latest version of iOS.