Unveiled at the company’s WWDC conference earlier this year, iOS 10 sees a revamp of Siri, messaging, maps, photos, the music store and the home app, adding new features in an effort to make devices more user friendly.
And developers who downloaded the first iOS 10 beta when it was released after the WWDC conference, can now update the operating system’s beta.
To do this, they simply visit the Software Update section in the Settings menu.
It gives developers a number of bug fixes and UI tweaks, as well as new options for home and lock screens for widgets, a new notification system and updates to iMessage, amongst others.
The update is currently available exclusively to developers, however it is expected to become available to the general public later this year.
Along with iOS 10 beta 2, Apple has also released watchOS 3 beta 2, tvOS 10 beta 2, and macOS Sierra 10.12 Developer Preview 2, with more updates expected to go live over the summer.
One of iOS 10’s most exciting updates is app developers will now be able to design apps that are compatible with Siri.
To find out more about the changes found in the iOS 10 beta 2, visit 9to5mac, and find out more about iOS 10 here.