If you’re one of those that has made the full time switch over to the beta version of iOS 7, you’ll be happy to hear that Apple has now released iOS 7 Beta 2, bringing with it what is likely to be a vast number of bug fixes and minor improvements. The release also marks the first time that developers can load up their iPads with the new OS.
Those with access to the iOS 7 beta can either get the new update now over the air through their phone’s “software update” menu, or they can wait until Apple releases the download file to the iOS Dev Center.
The update’s description simply reads, “contains bug fixes and improvements.” 9to5Mac has already documented some of the changes, however, including the return of voice memos, the addition of new Siri voices and a revamped Reminders app among others.
Expect another few updates to the beta software before the final version is publicly released this fall.