As promised Apple has today announced that it will soon be releasing the public beta for both iOS 9 and Mac OS X El Capitan.

The public beta is designed to allow members of the public to test the new features of both iOS 9 and Mac OS X El Capitan ahead of its stable launch this fall, and without the need of buying into Apple’s developer program.

To get the beta you do need to be registered on Apple’s Beta Program site.

iOS 9 includes a ton of new features including the introduction of the new News application, Proactive search, Transit in Apple Maps, a new Notes application, new features for the Mail application and new multitasking for the iPad that allow for dual window viewing, better multitasking and picture-in-picture viewing.

Mac OS X El Captian also has a new split view mode that allows for two windows to be displayed on-screen at once, a better Mission Control that makes managing open apps easier, new features for Spotlight, redesigned Mail, Photos, Safari, Maps and Notes applications, and much more.

You can find out more about Apple’s Public beta for iOS 9 and Mac OS X El Captain at the source link below.

Source: Apple

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