Apple just released iOS 10 beta 2 to developers, according to 9to5Mac. As its name implies, this is the second such developer release since Apple announced iOS 10 during WWDC 2016 a couple of weeks ago. The new operating system brings plenty of changes and is the next major iOS release that will hit iPhones, iPads and the iPod touch this fall, likely when Apple releases the iPhone 7.
Apple usually details a long list of improvements when they’re made to software releases, but this one seems relatively minimal, all things considered. “This beta version of iOS 10 contains bug fixes and improvements,” Apple said. Normally I’d be upset, instead preferring new features, but iOS 10 beta 1 was so buggy for me I had to uninstall it. My iPhone was constantly restarting itself, locking in landscape mode and more. I get it’s for developers, though, so I’m just glad this release should be a bit more stable.
Developers should find iOS 10 beta 2 now. No word yet on the official release date for the public beta.