Apple's beta process for its big software release is well documented at this point, with numerous beta releases coming and going while aspects are tweaked and features are added, or in some cases taken away. One thing is sure though - Apple tends to improve the situation with each release, at least as far as stability and performance goes.
Here are all the changes that are new in iOS 9 beta 3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. There are a bunch of notable features and here’s a complete list of all of them in one place.
While iOS 8.4 users are sitting back and enjoying the 30 million+ tracks that the Cupertino company's new Apple Music streaming service offers, spare a thought for those registered developers who are helping to test iOS 9. A large number of those registered on Apple's Developer Program will have taken the plunge and installed the initial iOS 9 beta on either their main hardware or a test device, but it means that they simply can't access Apple Music as it is yet to be activated in iOS 9. That could all change after a tweet by Apple's Eddy Cue seemingly confirmed that a new iOS 9 beta will be rolled out to developers "early next week."