Public Beta of iOS9 and OS X EI Captain available now

By | July 10, 2015


Last month at WWDC, Apple has announced that they are making a beta of their newly updated mobile operating system iOS9, now the beta version of iOS9 and the beta version of its updated laptop operating system OS X EI Captain will be available for general public for testing from today.

The beta version of iOS9 will allow early users to use some new features of iOS9 like News and refreshed notes, an improved Sir, transit directions in Apple Maps and the more smarter search option, which will allow you to surface the results from inside the apps and many more other apps.

Now, the updated laptop or desktop operating system OS X EI Captain also comes with lots of improvements to some of the core features such as, mission Control, multitasking, spilt view for full screen apps, spotlight and some native apps like Mails, Safari, and Photos. The performance of this OS has also been improved along with some other items.

Before updating your operating system of mobile or laptop, you should give a clear though that no matter they are free and available for use but still they are beta version, this means that there are still lots of bugs, but the product is stable enough that Apple has planned to release for public use.

You can install the first beta version of this OS available for general public, by registering at Apple beta software program website. This OS is same what developers have been testing since WWDC. It would be wise for you to take backup for all your current OS before updating it for this new release and you should think twice before you are updating your primary Mac at this stage.

The beta version of iOS 9 comes before the general release of the mobile OS, which will be available from later this fall.