Users of the Apple devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch have good news in store for them. The users would now be treated to a brand new update of the iOS operating system, tagged as the iOS 8.4.1. The users of such devices who are also members of the Apple Developer Program can be a part of this mobile app development program.
The second beta version of iOS was launched only three days back and is a much better version as compared to the first beta that came out a few weeks back and features only minor updates. The first beta version revolved mainly around improving the services of the OS and also introduced the Apple Music Application.
Developers must definitely jump aboard the bandwagon and download the latest beta version and this is why you should do it. Although the iOS9 is apparently around the corner, the Cupertino giant has offered this update to all its Apple’s iPhones, iPads and iPods running on iOS8 currently. This upgrade may mark the end of the era of iOS8 and might make way for the iOS9 to move in.
Better enhancements and bug fixes with more improvements have been crammed into this update and you won’t regret downloading the update one bit. Most of the developments have been made carefully after painstakingly going through each and every issue raised by testers working on the software. The build number of this version is 12H318 and can be availed through the Apple Developer Program Portal and through the OTA updates.
Rumors surrounding the iOS9 have also spawned additional rumors about new devices called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, that are rumored to apparently be the first devices to run the iOS9. The reason this is being said is because every year September marks the month where a new Apple device is seen every year. Sales usually start around 18th of September, about seven days prior to which the phones see a release.
The TaiG Jailbreak Team might have a tough time jailbreaking the iOS8.4.1 OS because it is being considered as a ‘jailbreak free’ version.Users can avail the update to the new version by going to Settings > General > Software Update.
Source – Apple