iOS 9 Beta

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  1. J. A.

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    The public beta you'll get now is 9.1.
     
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    That's why you have to delete the public beta profile before updating on the 16th if you want to update to iOS 9.0.
     
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    I deleted my profile but it keeps telling me that 9.1 is still available to download
     
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    If deleting the profile doesn't work, put it into recovery mode and restore it using iTunes. That'll set it back to iOS 8.4.1, and remove the profile.
     
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    I some how lost my last backup for 8.4.1 and I was only able to go back to 8.4 last time and lost 6 months worth of stuff. If I have issues this week I will do the restore because at least it will have my 9.0. Also am I able to d/l 9.1 through itunes or can it only be done through wifi?
     
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    The iOS 9.1 developer beta has to be downloaded from the developer website and installed through iTunes on your computer.
     
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    I am public beta. I got a notification recently.
     
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    If you've signed up to receive the iOS 9.1 public beta, rebooting your iPhone should have the update appear in Settings>General>Software Update. Apple Beta Software Program
     
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    We dont have wifi at the place I work away at thats why I asked if the Beta could be d/l through iTunes. Cheers
     
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    Everything I've seen says the iOS 9.1 public beta is only available as an OTA update after downloading the public beta profile.
     
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    Cheers. I might wait until 9.0 is out this week and just download that through iTunes and install that. I hope the battery consumption and heat issue I have had since installing 9 beta 3 has been fixed.
     
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    I didn't have problems like these with anyone of the public beta versions. Did you send feedback to Apple, so they could take a look at it and act accordingly?
     
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    Yeah haven't heard back on that one though. The one I did hear back on was from when public beta 1 was out.
     
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    I've only heard back on one problem, but they sorted a few of the bugs I've experienced and told them about. So I know for sure they're reading your feedback.
     

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