Apple has released its second public beta of iOS for its iPhones and iPads. The first version of the same had been released just two weeks back in the month of June, while there is information that the third version is already lined up.
The new update has fixed up the bugs and the Bluetooth connection issues via the Wireless IAP protocol. The new update also uses the ‘swipe up’ action to close an open app. This can be done in the App Switcher and Control Centre View on iPad.
How to get the update?
The update is available Over The Air. Go to the Settings App and click on General and finally click on Software Update tab. Keep an unlimited internet Wi-Fi connection on your device. The system will automatically search for the update and prompt to download and install it. Proceed further and get it done. Make sure your device battery is fully charged while updating the software.
According to the latest information, this beta update for this software should only be used for development and testing purpose. This is not meant to be used on regular use devices.