Apple has rolled out the latest version of iOS 9.1 to developers and those signed up to its public beta testing programme.
It’s the fifth edition of iOS 9.1, with Apple clearly looking to iron out any kinks in the software before its official rollout to all iPhone and iPad users. That’s expected to come in November, alongside the release of the iPad Pro.
While iOS 9.1 won’t come with any cosmetic changes, it does feature a series of new emojis and updated message settings which allow users to disconnect images from contacts. It’s also required for the iPad Pro’s string of accessories, including the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, with deep integration meaning they won’t work with older versions of the operating system.
Apple appears to have ridden out the storm surrounding iOS 9’s launch, with a number of complaints about the platform emerging in the days after its launch. The Cupertino company appears to have fixed slide–to–update and random switch off niggles with two software updates containing bug fixes.
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