Apple seeds iOS 9.1 beta 2 to public testers

After seeding iOS 9.1 beta 2 to developers yesterday, Apple has updated its public beta portal to lend 9.1 beta 2 access to participants in its public beta program. If you’re already a member of Apple’s public beta program, and you’re currently running iOS 9.1 beta 1, you can access the update right now via an OTA software update. If you’re not a current public beta participant, you may sign up via Apple’s beta website.

The benefit of using public beta is that you don’t have to pay the $99 annual fee to be a part of Apple’s developer program. This is great if you aren’t interested in deploying apps to the App Store, but do wish to test its latest software updates.

This public release comes 14 days after the launch of the first public beta test for iOS 9.1, and just over two weeks since iOS 9.1 was first seeded to developers to kick things off.

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