Few minutes ago, Apple released the second beta of iOS 9.2.1, which has been almost three weeks after the release of the first beta. This new beta is stamped build 13D14, does not bring anything new, but simply fix some bugs and improve the overall performance of iOS 9.2.1.
We remember we only have to install this beta, like all betas of any software in a device where we do not mind experiencing occasional failure. It is common experience unexpected closures or problems if you install any software in beta, so it would not be very good idea to install iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 in a device which we depend. Remember too, for not meeting a contramiempo which to install this beta will require our iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad has 50% of battery or at least have it connected to a power outlet.
Users no developers who want to install this beta have to be subscribed to the program betas Apple. If you are already subscribed and you have the profile to install the beta installed on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, update via OTA should appear at any time, which is usually a half hour after the new version is released in Apple Developer Center.
As for the innovations that brings this version, they were unknown in December and now still unknown. The iOS 9.2 version made Siri learn new languages and improved use of Safari View Controller, which allows us to use Safari from any other application as Tweetbot and use the native capabilities of Safari. The lack of news can only mean two things: the first is that no developer has wanted to see if there is something interesting in this version, which is highly unlikely. The second, and most likely, is that this update should focus only on correcting errors and improving overall system performance. If we learned something interesting, We will let you know.