Apple releases iOS 9.2 beta 2 with AT&T Wi-Fi Calling for public beta testers

By , Nov 4, 2015

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If you’re signed on for the Apple Beta Software Program, you can now take iOS 9.2 beta 2, which was released yesterday, for a spin on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.

The second beta of the forthcoming iOS 9.2 software update delivers additional fixes and enhancements for the Apple Watch, Audio, Networking and Safari, while enabling AT&T Wi-Fi Calling on the Mac.

To apply an over-the-air update to your iOS device, go to Settings → General → Software Update and follow the onscreen instructions. You can apply for Apple’s Beta Software Program here to gain access to public beats of iOS and OS X.

Wi-Fi Calling Mac notification screenshot

As detailed earlier this morning, iOS 9.2 beta 2 expands the usefulness of Wi-Fi Calling with support for AT&T’s network-level technology called NumberSync which lets you place and receive phone calls from your Mac running OS X 10.11.2 beta 2, even if your iPhone is turned off.

Wi-Fi Calling screenshot via 9to5Mac.

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  • Alex-V

    Download atm

  • Nathan

    AT&T is so stupid. Why can’t the 5s wifi call?

    • White Michael Jackson

      They need more money. Just buy a 6s.

      • Nathan

        Easier said than done. Not worth it until Apple fixes iOS 9.

      • White Michael Jackson

        Actually (not joking) the iphone 5 on t-mobile has wifi-calling. I can only guess the reason why is so they can squeeze more profits out of consumers. Wifi-calling would be a killer feature on older phones.

  • Austin

    wait what?? i have ATT WIFI calling on 9.0.2