Good news, finally two firmware at the same time! Apple has just released iOS 9.1 beta 2 for developers and iOS 9.0.1 for all users. This second beta will be synonymous with stability and improvements.
Unlike as in other betas where we had to wait half an hour to download them from the iPhone, the update is already available via OTA and from iTunes. At the moment we are installing it and I discuss all the news that we will find, but it’s likely that no important news.
It seems important to remember that you need a 50% battery on your iPhone, iPod or iPad to install the update, so I’ll have to wait a while until my iPhone has such percentage of battery power to find the novelties will bring this release. I am convinced that what you expect many users is to extinguish the lag that I have found in some everyday actions. Personally, the only lag I’ve found has been in the iPad and is a delay that happens to me when writing any text from almost any application. The keyboard is well behind what I write, in the press of the (color change makes when pressed) key as sound, although I must say that the text adds it correctly.
For iOS 9.0.1, this new version would normally correct the restoration problem faced by many users.If you already have iOS 9.1 Beta 1 installed, simply go to Settings> General> Software Update to update OTA. For others, simply go to the developer portal to retrieve a copy of iSO 9.1 Beta 2.