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Apple issues iOS 10 beta 2 for iPhone and iPad developer testing

Apple | Jul 5, 2016 | Master3395

Apple released the first beta version of iOS 10 for developers to test last month at WWDC 2016. The public beta version won’t be ready until later in July and the release version is due out this fall, but registered developers can update to iOS 10 beta 2 starting today.

If you’re already testing iOS 10 beta on your iPhone or iPad, head to the Software Update section of the Settings app to find the OTA update.

iOS 10 includes loads of new features and changes including redesigned Music and News apps, the first Home app for HomeKit, a redesigned Lock screen and Home screen experience for widgets, tons of iMessage features in Messages, and much more. Apple tends to tweak major software updates during the beta period, too, so we’ll update with any notable changes.

Catch up on our full coverage with our iOS 10 guide. We’ll dig through the latest iOS 10 beta and update with notable changes. As always, shout in the comments, mention us on @9to5mac, or email with changes you discover as well.

Here’s the update screen (not much to see yet):

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And here’s everything new so far:

From the official release notes:

Certain Apple Music features will become available in a future beta:

 To install ios 10, follow the instructions here

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