Apple iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan Betas Will be Released for Public!
Now this is a new one, for the first time ever Apple released an early non-developers access to iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan beta versions.
Apple released the early beta versions of iOS 9 for its mobile devices and OS X El Capitan for Macs on Thursday. Strangely, the OS versions were open for public. While this open invitation from Apple seems undeniable, you need to make sure if you would really like to use it.
Considering the fact that it is still the ‘beta’ version there is a possibility that it has bugs that remain unfixed and can harm your mobile phone or Macs in certain ways. Sensitive data maybe targeted and this software can cause your phone to behave weirdly.
The betas are usually released for developers so that they can create apps and improve the issue before OS is released to the public. The update for iPhone and iPad was announced at the WWDC June, while the final iOS 9 is due to release in fall. Apple now seems all ready to tests the betas on public.
New features coming with OS X El Capitan mainly remain the ‘split screen’ feature which will allow users to operate the same screen for two different purposes. Apple’s Spotlight search function has also been improved and Craig Federighi confirms that with the update the apps will open faster.
Siri is also becoming smarter this fall. The Siri search will now have minimum error chance. Maps and notes have also improved and reportedly the battery life has also been extended.