Before iOS 8, the major new versions of the mobile operating systemApple were relatively stable. Since the scandal of iOS 8.0.1 (read: iOS 8.0.1: Greg Joswiak apologizes for the fiasco), the Cupertino company must redouble its efforts to avoid once again attracting the wrath of users unhappy.
Probably aware that the tests carried out by its developers were no longer thorough enough, it seems that Apple has decided to offer the employees of its physical stores to try the next beta versions of its mobile OS.
The report 9to5Mac notes that such an initiative will allow the Californian brand to obtain numerous returns from sellers, whose profiles are obviously much more varied than those of the developers.
As a reminder, employees of Apple Stores already have access to the beta of OS X before their releases for the general public. It would therefore not be shocking if the American brand did the same with iOS in the weeks to come.