Apple released the latest iOS 9.2 Beta 3, but it is only downloadable for users enrolled in the public beta and those who signed up for the Developer programs.
The beta is available as an over the air update or via the Apple Developer Center. Earlier betas presented changes to the Safari View Controller, which allows pop-up Safari windows to be used in third-party applications. With this new update, Safari View Controller now supports what Apple calls "Action Extensions."
This should allow apps such as LastPass to be accessed in the Safari view of other apps such as Twitter. Safari View Controller has also been updated with a new capability. This time around, users can refresh the content without content blockers by pressing the reload button for a few seconds. In addition, the beta supports desktop site functions.
Users can also dismiss the Safari View Controller with a simple edge swipe.
While the Safari View Controller features are the primary aspect of this update, other features are important as well. Apple iOS 9.2 Beta 3 brings support for AT&T's NumberSync Wi-Fi calling technology, along with several bug fixes for iCloud keychain. Furthermore, the update improves audio when streaming to stereo systems, along with fixing a few bugs related to pairing and syncing with an Apple Watch.
We should also point out that there's a new version of Xcode 7 available for download.
For those with iOS devices powered by iOS 9, 9.0.1 or 9.0.2, bear in mind that iOS 9.1 and 9.2 cannot be jailbroken right now. Also, after upgrading to 9.1 or 9.2 betas, downgrading to iOS 9.0.2 is no longer possible because Apple has stopped signing the old update.
Below is a list of links where folks can download the new beta:
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