Apple's iOS 9 update is literally and figuratively yesterday's news, because all iPhone and iPad software testers can now download the iOS 9.1 beta today.
Developers started receiving it on Wednesday, right after Apple's iPhone 6S announcement, and now, everyone who signed up for the Apple Beta Software program can download it, too.
New emojis include taco, burrito, unicorn face, hot dog, popcorn, turkey and cheese wedge. Then, of course, there's the middle finger for when none of those will do.
Preparing for iPhone 6S and iPad Pro
While current iPhone and iPad users are receiving iOS 9.1 beta as a free over-the-air update, they can't take advantage of all the features it may contain.
Hidden with the software is likely software compatibility for new Apple hardware, including the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus and iPad Pro.
After all, the perks like Live Photos and 3D Touch of new iPhones, and that Apple Pencil and high resolution 12.9-inch iPad Pro screen, need software in order to run properly.
The official iOS 9.1 release date for everyone else may be tied to the iPad Pro launch in November. We generally see Apple's first major iOS update arrive with new tablets a month or two after new iPhones.