Apple gave the public another taste of the future yesterday by seeding the second public betas of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan to testers, just a day after releasing iOS 9 beta 4 and EL Capitan beta 4 to developers.
The new public beta of iOS 9 comes two weeks after the first beta of the unreleased operating systems were made available to public testers. While the release notes don’t mention any new features, the second iOS 9 public beta is likely to have the exact same content as iOS 9 beta 4.
The return of Home Sharing is one of the biggest improvements added to iOS 9 beta 4, along with other features like a new photo-picker, improved Apple Music, and picture-in-picture support for podcasts.
Members of Apple’s public beta testing program can download the software as an over-the-air update if they’re already running the previous beta. If not, you can head over to Apple’s website and sign up for access.