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Apple has released a third beta version of iOS 9.2 for developers and public beta testu users to try. The two previous builds of this operating system introduced support for AT&T’s new NumberSync system and changes to embedded Safari browsers that allow them to load all extensions. It also adds Arabic language support to Siri.

The new build is available from the Software Update section of the Settings app on devices running a previous developer build, or from the Developer Center for those on a public release.

For users on the iOS public beta who aren’t on the current preview build, it can be obtained through the Apple Beta website.

We’ll keep this post updated with any new features discovered in the third beta seed.

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