For the first time Apple is making its next iOS update available to the public for beta testing. If you’re not familiar with beta testing, it’s when a software is distributed to a limited number of users before its official release. Usually this is reserved for app developers and the software is not in its final stage. This means the software is expected to be a bit buggy and limited in some functions that will often change in its final stage. However this allows the software the get real world use in an attempt to work out all the bugs and to get valuable feedback from early users or ‘ beta testers.’ If you would like more details on becoming a beta tester for iOS 9 – click here.