Get iOS 9 on your iPad, iPhone right now

By Daniel Chubb - Sep 15, 2015

Those wondering how to get iOS 9 on their iPad or iPhone right now have come to the right place, as in this article we will give you a quick heads-up on how to do this if you want to beat the rush on September 15. We have already revealed when iOS 9 will be released tomorrow, so below you can get a head start if you don’t mind messing around with the current iOS 9.1 public beta.

How to get iOS 9 right now – you can download by heading to the public beta program page, here you can start your download of the latest iOS 9 version. It’s recommended you backup your iPad or iPhone and archive an iOS backup before starting, which can be done by visiting the Preferences menu via the File option in the top menu and selecting “Archive” to keep the backup separate.


You will need to download the iOS 9 beta configuration profile from, as seen at the link above, although make sure you do this from your iOS device in the Safari mobile browser. You will be asked to “Choose a Device”, if none are present then you will need to enroll your iPad or iPhone.


Once you complete the above step you will notice your iOS device automatically received the latest public beta software OTA and then restarts. If you restart and everything looks the same, then this is due to you still running iOS 8 and the latest iOS 9 build can be installed simply by visiting the Software Update section on your device via “Tap Settings” and then “General”.

iOS 9 Update Requested Issues – In some circumstances you will receive a message “Update Requested”, and then followed by a wait lasting a few minutes until the Apple servers can deliver the iOS 9 beta firmware update. Just remember to wait until the download starts.


Following the above steps you will receive a “Verifying update” message and this is normal, even if it fails the first time around. Some users might also see an “Unable to Install Update” error, so in these situations just try again. Any other problems should be left in the comments below this article, as the Product Reviews community can sometimes help.

Once the verification goes through, then your iPhone or iPad will restart on its own again. After this final restart, you will need to sign into iCloud and config other settings. Now enjoy iOS 9.1, which is currently the latest public beta version and one we are running currently on iPhone 6 Plus.

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  • LucyJames

    I am at the update requested screen, taken 4 minutes so far, hopefully wont be much longer.

  • Dean

    Thanks for this, worked a treat.