Two weeks after iOS 16’s formal debut at WWDC, iOS 16 beta 2 and iPadOS 16 beta 2 are now available to developers. iOS 16 includes a variety of new features, including the most significant improvement to the iPhone’s Lock Screen to date, redesigned alerts, new Messages functionality, and much more. Below are the whole specifics of what to anticipate from iOS 16 beta 2.
Two weeks ago, Apple launched iOS 16 at WWDC and concurrently released the first beta to developers. Apple will release fresh beta versions of iOS 16 over the summer in advance of the software’s September release.
Each subsequent iOS 16 beta release is expected to include several modifications, bug fixes, and even new features. Apple closely monitors the feedback it receives from iOS 16 beta testers, and each successive beta is intended to resolve concerns, bug reports, and performance difficulties.
iOS 16 beta 2 and iPadOS 15 beta 2 are currently available to developers. You may locate the updates by navigating to the Settings application, selecting General, and then selecting Software Update. In addition, if the update is not immediately available for download, it may take a few minutes to roll out to all registered developers. The version number of the current updates is 20A5303i.
Keep in mind that iOS 16 is only accessible to registered developer beta testers at this time. The upgrade will be made available to public beta testers in July, followed by a general release in September. For the time being, performance and stability difficulties can be anticipated while using the iOS 16 beta on main devices.
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