iOS 9.0 and watch 2.0

Stevenpaulross

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Silly question but where is everyone getting the download for this? I keep checking for updates on my phone and no update is available. Thank you in advance.
 

acctman

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Silly question but where is everyone getting the download for this? I keep checking for updates on my phone and no update is available. Thank you in advance.
stay away from both if you're not a developer. too many non-developer are whining an complaining about there devices not working properly anymore.
 
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madsci954

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stay away from both if you're not a developer. too many non-developer are whining an complaining about there devices not working properly anymore.
This. If you want iOS 9, you can sign for the public beta in July. watchOS 2 won't be available for public testing.
 

nutmac

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I am a developer so I have it installed. YouTube probably is littered with video on installing the beta without developer account, but frankly, it's not worth the trouble. For one thing, there's a risk that your watch will be bricked during the upgrade (mine froze about 75% of the way), there's no way to downgrade, it's buggy, battery will probably drain faster, and there are only few new user facing features (nightstand, email reply, a couple of new watch faces, time machine complication control).
 

CobraPA

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But if you really wanted it... Look at the Apple Developer program. It'll cost you $99/yr and you get access to all the beta builds if you want them. Apple recommends only installing the beta on test equipment.
 
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