Apple released iOS 9.2 beta 2 on Tuesday for developers. There isn’t a whole lot of immediate information on the second release, these things take some digging through to find out what’s really coming, but it appears to at least deliver some performance enhancements and bug fixes.
iOS 9.2 will introduce at least a new Safari feature that will allow third-party applications to take advantage of extensions. That means apps such as 1Password might potentially be available as an option right inside of the browser, at the ready to fill in your passwords without requiring you to exit Safari and launch the app separately.
Developers interested in iOS 9.2 beta 2 should find it available now. If history repeats itself, the public beta should be available for all tomorrow.