iOS 9.2 beta 4 recently released, provides support for developing iOS apps. It’s packaged with a complete set of Xcode tools, compilers, and frameworks for creating apps for iOS and OS X. A notable update in this release is Arabic language support with Siri for the first time.
iOS 9.2 beta 4 changelog:
- A user updating to an iOS 9 GM build from a seed build may see duplicate dictionaries in the definition dictionary list if the user switched primary language, added secondary languages, or added new keyboards.
- If using a third-party keyboard as the default keyboard, you will be unable to enter your user name and password in a Captive Wi-Fi login
- Smiley emoji may be not rendered correctly when input from the Frequently Used category
- Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN) is enabled by default on Wi-Fi and on select carriers. This is designed to reduce network delays and reduce packet loss.
- The ability to synthesize NAT64 IPv6 addresses from IPv4 literals was added to getaddrinfo.
- SFSafariViewController now supports 3rd party Action extensions. Any Action extension that works in Safari will also work in SFSafariViewController.
- Long tapping the Reload button in Safari View Controller now gives options to Reload Without Content Blockers and Request Desktop Site, as it does in Safari.
- Safari View Controller can now be dismissed using an edge swipe. You must rebuild your app against the iOS 9.2 SDK or later to take advantage of this new behavior.
- The content blocker loader XPC service may crash when no content blocker content is provided.
- Siri recognizes Arabic speech input, but does not return results.
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