Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Download iOS 9.1 Beta 5 Without Developer Account On iDevice

It is possible to download iOS 9.1 beta 5 without UDID, as Apple on Monday issued a brand new, fifth beta of what would become iOS 9’s first major software update that brought with it a number of improvements. This beta update was released less than a week after iOS 9.1 beta 4 was launched.
Carrying 13B137 build number iOS 9.1 beta 5 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is available to both members of the Apple Developer Program and public beta testers.

In addition, the software is available as a standalone download through Apple’s portal for developers. To apply the update over-the-air on your device running an iOS beta, navigate to Settings > General > Software Update. Public beta testers signed for the Apple Beta Software Program can also install this update.

However, if you don't have developer account and want to try out the fresh firmware you can download iOS 9.1 beta 5 without UDID via these direct links:


iPhone 5 (A1428)
iPhone 5 (A1429)
iPhone 5C (A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529)
iPhone 5C (A1456, A1532)
iPhone 5S (A1453, A1533)
iPhone 5S (A1457, A1518), __A1528, A1530__
iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 6s
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone 4s


iPad Air (A1474)
iPad Air (A1475)
iPad Air (A1476)
iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (Verizon)
iPad Air 2 (A1566)
iPad Air 2 (A1567)
iPad 4th Generation (A1458)
iPad 4th Generation (A1459)
iPad 4th Generation (A1460)
iPad Mini (A1432)
iPad Mini (A1454)
iPad Mini (A1455)
iPad Mini 2 (A1489)
iPad Mini 2 (A1490)
iPad Mini 2 (A1491)
iPad Mini 3 (A1599)
iPad Mini 3 (A1600)
iPad Mini 3 (A1601)
iPad mini 4 (WiFi)
iPad mini 4 (Cellular)
iPad Wi-Fi (3rd Generation)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi (Rev A)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA)
iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (ATT)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi
iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (GSM)

iPod touch:

iPod touch (5th-generation)
iPod touch (6th-generation)

As per the included change log that is released with the new seed, it contains a number of improvements and bug fixes that should hopefully see the firmware stabilized and on the road to an official public unveiling for mass consumption. Currently it is unclear if Apple has integrated any major changes or new feature into this latest beta.

According to iOS 9.1 beta 5 release notes, developers should look out for a few remaining issues related to iCloud Keychain, PhotoKit, Restore and UIKit, signaling that a public launch is around the corner.

It should be noted here that iOS 9.1 will bring support for new emojis, including taco, burrito, cheese wedge, popcorn, middle finger and many more. Also there will be some fresh new wallpapers, too.
More important than the pretty backdrops, however, iOS 9.1 contains compatibility support for the forthcoming iPad Pro and Apple Pencil and developer support for the Live Photos feature on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.


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