Apple has just released the iOS 9.2.1 beta for all models of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and the update is now available for download. The release comes after the official release of iOS 9.2 around a week ago. Developers who wish to test the new point update on their devices can now download it after signing into their developer center accounts. As iOS 9.2 brought a number of new features for the operating system, it is very likely that the iOS 9.2.1 will only bring minor improvements and mostly focus on bug fixes.
The build number for iOS 9.2.1 beta is 13D11 and it is available for all devices that are capable of running iOS 9 or above. As the update has just been released we are still looking for any changes and will update this post as we find them. iOS 9.2 brought several changes for Siri that included support for new languages, improvements for News app, Safari, Apple Music, iBooks, Podcasts and more. It also added support for SD card readers for iPhone, allowing users to transfer photos to their iOS device.