Today Apple released the fifth beta of iOS 9 to developers for testing purposes, more than two weeks after releasing beta 4 and two months after unveiling the new operating system at the 2015 Worldwide Developers Conference.
Apple has also seeded a third beta of iOS 9 to public beta testers, which is identical to the fifth beta developers have received. Developers can also download Xcode 7 beta 5.
The update, build number 13A4325c, is available as an over-the-air update and can also be downloaded via Apple developer Center.
This latest beta introduces new Wallpapers and heralds the imminent release of WiFi calling option for AT&T users. For a full list of changes in the beta, Check out iOS 9 beta 5 Tidbits post.
iOS 9 beta 4 brought the return of Home Sharing for music and it fixed a bug that had prevented the iPhone’s volume buttons from being used as a camera shutter. It also introduced a new look for Handoff in the app switching interface.
Along with beta 5 to the developers, Apple has also seeded two iOS 9 beta to public beta testers. The company plans to release iOS 9 to the public in the fall likely along side new iPhones but there is no any official announcement from the Company.