Last week Apple had a lot to announce, with new iPhones, Apple TV and the iPad Pro taking center stage at their 'Hey Siri' event. Something that didn’t get a mention on stage, was the beta release of iOS 9.1. While tomorrow, we will see the public and final release of iOS 9, Apple are hard at work on the next iteration of their mobile platform.
Now available to developers as well as public beta testers, the changes in iOS 9.1 are minimal at this stage. For developers there are new APIs that allow the manipulation of Live Photos as well as the ability to incorporate 3D Touch support. While for emojji fans, there is the inclusion of new emoji sets, including the long awaited middle finger.
Emojipedia have detailed the new emojis available in iOS 9.1, while we have included a handful of the new emojis below.
Those who have a current iOS 9 beta should be able to get iOS 9.1 as an Over The Air update, by heading into the Settings app, then to the General menu and finally by tapping Software Update. Whilst developers can head over to the Apple Developer website to get the latest build.
If you want to sign up for the public Apple Beta Program you can do so on the Beta Program website.
Images via emojipedia