Apple’s iOS 9.1 operating system is moving along nicely — the company released the fifth beta to developers on Monday, ahead of its official roll out to consumers likely before the iPad Pro launches sometime next month.

The biggest front-facing change that consumers will probably see in iOS 9.1 is the addition of new Emojis, though there are also features exclusive to the iPad Pro, such as support for the Apple Pencil, and other additions such as new wallpapers. It’s unclear what has changed in the latest release, though Apple is probably fine tuning the software with performance and enhancements and bug fixes at this point.

Again, still no word on when this will hit consumers, but Apple needs to have it ready before it ships the iPad Pro out the door, so it should be any week now.