Apple on Tuesday released the second beta of iOS 9 to developers. The new beta comes just over two weeks following the initial beta seed, released immediately following the new mobile operating system’s debut at WWDC 2015.
iOS 9 beta 2 – build 13A4280e – is available for download via the Apple Developer Center, and should also shortly be available as an over-the-air download. Also released alongside the new OS was Xcode 7 beta 2.
The list of bugs remaining in iOS 9 beta 2 include issues with Healthkit, Bluetooth, Activation Lock, Accessories, HomeKit, Apple ID, and more.
iOS 9 Features
The iOS 9 update has so far concentrated on making users’ devices more intelligent and proactive. Siri is more intelligent, and Spotlight search is also improved . Also improved are many of the built-in apps, including Notes, Reminders, Maps, and Mail.
The new OS also includes new iPad-only features, such as spit-screen multitasking for the iPad, as well as picture-in-a-picture and a revamped keyboard.
Currently, iOS 9 beta 2 is available only to developers, however Apple plans a public beta of its new mobile operating system in July. The public release of iOS 9 is scheduled for the fall.