Less than one week after pushing iOS 9.1 beta 4, Apple has started rolling out another update to beta testers.
iOS 9.1 beta 5 (build 13B137) is now available to folks that are registered in Apple’s developer program. If you’re in the Apple Beta Software Program, which is open to the public, you’re also getting an update: Public beta testers can now grab iOS 9.1 Public Beta 5 over the air.
Whether you’re in Apple’s developer program or its public beta, you can get this new iOS 9.1 beta by going into Settings > General > Software Update. iOS 9.1 brings new emoji characters, like a burrito and a middle finger, among other goodies. And while Apple hasn’t yet announced when iOS 9.1 will roll out to the public, the fast pace at which these updates are now coming out suggests that a public rollout could be getting close.