Apple has released the second version of its iOS 7.1 beta today for developers.
Apple first released iOS 7.1 to developers back on November 18th, so the release of Beta 2 has come roughly a month later. You’ll need a developer account to access it, but you can download it right now from Apple’s developer center or on your iOS device over-the-air.
So far no noticeable changes have been reported by early downloaders, but it’s always possible that a few minor features could have made their way in. Some new features included in the first 7.1 update included a new “dark keyboard” accessibility option as well as a new option for uploading a collection of pictures taken with burst mode.
It’s still unknown when iOS 7.1 will be released to the masses.