Apple’s latest public beta for iOS 9 is about as far from a stable release as you can get.
The company said Tuesday that the update will be available for iPhones and iPads starting in a few days.
Apple has been rolling out the update to iPhones and Macs in limited numbers in recent weeks.
The beta has already been available for a couple of weeks for Macs and iPhones, but the release for iPhones is now slated to begin next week.
The update comes as the tech giant tries to get Apple to allow developers to build apps for the new version of the operating system.
While the company has offered developers some tools to make iOS apps, it’s unclear how far developers will go in their efforts to add third-party apps to the platform.
While iOS 9.1 is still considered beta software, it does not currently appear that third-parties can start offering third-person-viewing and other third- party content to the app store.
Apple also said that developers will have to be in touch with the company to make changes to their apps and that they will not be able to make updates to their app in iOS 9 beta.
The software giant is not giving any hints about when it will go live or how much it will cost.
For now, Apple is allowing developers to add their apps to its public beta, though they must first reach out to Apple.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Apple’s new iOS 9 will be a major upgrade to iOS 7 and iOS 8, which both were released in November 2014.
Apple’s iOS 9 release comes as Apple has seen its share of delays.
The iPhone 5S and 5C were launched without any major updates until the end of January, and then they were not released until the beginning of February.
Apple later announced a new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and released a few new software features to the OS that were intended to improve performance and reduce battery drain.
Apple has been pushing the release of new versions of iOS for months, and the company released iOS 9 in April.
While Apple’s new software is expected to be the first major software upgrade since the launch of the iPhone 6S in April, Apple also announced new hardware features for its upcoming Macs, the new iPad Pro, and Apple TV, among others.
Apple did not respond to Ars’ request for additional information about the release schedule of iOS9 beta.
Apple is expected have more than 150,000 developers using the beta.