At the recent Apple event we learned quite a few things about the Apple Watch, iPad Pro, Apple TV OS, among many other products. One interesting update is that iOS 9 will be officially released to the public on September 16th.
But if you don’t want to wait that long and you’re a developer you can always pull the GM Seed from Apple’s website. The GM Seed stands for Gold Master. It’s just the name of the finalized firmware before public release. This may be considered something of a “pre-release” for developers or users who have access through a development panel. On this same page you’ll also find the iOS 9.1 Beta release(still in testing).
If you’re a developer and capable of installing these OS’ manually then you’re free to give it a shot.
A top comment on Reddit has direct download links for people who many not have access to the developer’s panel. But keep in mind this process is very confusing if you’re not familiar with manual updates or how to push updates from an .ipsw file.
Regular users can expect a full release of iOS 9.0 on September 16th which will be available just like all previous releases.
In the meantime be on the lookout for any other major updates from Apple’s development center that may pertain to new app development fundamentals, or changes to the way iOS 9 handles mobile application runtime processes.
Read More at iOS 9 GM Seed out for Developers, Public Release on September 16
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