Download the first iOS 9 beta for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

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Apple has seeded the first beta version of iOS 9 to registered developers of its iOS Developer Program.

Apple unveiled iOS 9 during today’s WWDC 2015 Keynote address. It includes a number of new features and improvements such as split-screen multitasking for the iPad, Proactive Assistant, new transit view in Maps and lots more.

The build number of the first iOS 9 beta is 13A4254v. It is available for the following iOS devices:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S
  • iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, Retina iPad mini, iPad 4, iPad mini, iPad 3, iPad 2
  • 5th generation iPod touch

Jailbreakers should avoid installing iOS 9 beta as you will not only end up losing the jailbreak, but you will also won’t be able to jailbreak your device as jailbreak tools are not release for beta versions.

iOS 9 beta is available in Member Center on Apple’s Developer website. You may also use the direct download links for iOS 9 beta below (Note that you need to be a registered developer to download these files). You can find the model number of your device’s back cover.

Download links for iOS 9 beta for iPhone:

Download links for iOS 9 beta for iPad:

Download links for iOS 9 beta for iPod touch:

Update 1:

If you need help then check our guide on how to install the first iOS 9 beta on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

➤ How to install iOS 9 beta on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

Update 2:

A number of users are reporting that they’re able to install iOS 9 beta without registering their iPhone or iPad’s UDID, which means that you can install it even without a developer account. Check our article for more details:

➤ You can install iOS 9 beta without a developer account or registering your iPhone or iPad’s UDID

Update 3:

We go hands-on with the 10 best features of iOS 9.

➤ The 10 Best Features of iOS 9

Update 4:

We’ve compiled a list of new hidden features in iOS 9 which Apple did not have to tell us during the WWDC Keynote.

➤ iOS 9 Features: Hidden New Features

We expect iOS 9 beta to reveal tons of new features and changes, which Apple didn’t showcase at today’s event, so stay tuned here at iPhoneHacks or join our Facebook Fan page or follow us on Twitter or add us to your circles on Google+ or subscribe to our RSS feed.

If you find anything new that wasn’t mentioned during the Keynote then please send us an email to tips@iphonehacks.com.

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