Apple today announced that it is now allowing developers to submit apps for review that take advantage of the new features in iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, and watchOS 2 as the company prepares to launch iOS 9 and watchOS 2 to the general public next Wednesday.
To get developer betas, you need to be part of Apple’s Developer Program, which is now just one program—formerly, devs had to register separately for OS X and iOS. Developers are also able to seed apps with iOS 9 and watchOS 2 features to external beta testers using TestFlight.
Developers can download and install the first beta of iOS 9 over the air, or from Apple’s Developer Resources. The OS X El Capitan beta is also available in the Mac App Store.
Apple normally allows developers to begin submitting apps directly after golden master versions of new software are released, but this year, the iOS 9, watchOS 2 and OS X El Capitan GMs were released on Wednesday, but submissions were not allowed until this afternoon.
iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, and watchOS 2 are scheduled to ship to consumers this fall, and will all be offered as free updates.
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