Apple releases iOS 9 beta 4 to developers

Following the release of iOS 9 beta 3 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad two weeks ago which gave developers access to Apple Music on their development devices while bringing out the News app and a host of refinements, Apple today released iOS 9 beta 4 (build 13A4305g) to registered members of the Apple Developer Program.

The new beta version comes just two weeks after the third beta was released. The first iOS 9 beta had revealed a number of hidden features, UI changes and improvements. iOS 9 beta 3 included Apple’s News App and few more changes.

iOS 9 beta 4 is currently available only to registered developers of Apple’s Developer Program. Apple will be releasing the public beta in July, you can check our post to find out how to sign up for it.

iOS 9 beta 4 is available as an OTA update for users who have already installed iOS 9 beta. iOS 9 beta 4 is also available in Member Center on Apple’s Developer website.

You may also use the direct download links for iOS 9 beta 4 below (Note that you need to be a registered developer to download these files). You can find the model number on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch’s back cover.

Download links for iOS 9 beta 4 for iPad:
Download links for iOS 9 beta 4 for iPod touch:

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