Apple has released little less than an hour ago the fourth beta of IOS 9.2. This new version, like the first, was released just a week after the previous version and is available for developers and public release, so that you can install on any compatible iOS device 9. The update is available from the Developer Center software from Apple or via OTA (Over The Air) and, as with any other version of iOS, to install must have at least 50% battery on the iPhone, iPod or iPad or have it connected to an outlet.
Recall that in which novelty is focusing more on improving Apple’s Safari View Controller, which allow third party applications to better execute the native browser of Apple, which allows them, for example, use the View of “Reader” Safari or use content blocker, among other possibilities. Moreover, iOS 9.2 also includes the ability to stop navigation maps using voice, something that was missing in previous betas.
The previous beta of iOS 9.2 introduced changes to Safari View Controller, which is the framework that allows the integration of the browser into the third-party applications, now supports third-party extensions.