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Apple's iOS 9.1 public beta is now available for download

Billy Steele
September 10, 2015
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While iOS 9 may be available for download in a few days, Apple is wasting no time getting the next version in the hands of beta testers. iOS 9.1 is now ready for download for folks who've signed up for Apple's Beta Software Program. In addition to some new emoji, the build includes APIs for 3D Touch and Live Photos so devs can get busy building apps that support those features. If you're not feeling too adventurous, the version of iOS 9 meant for public consumption hits next week.

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