Apple has just released iOS 7 Beta 2 to developers. It's now available over-the-air (OTA) and on-device via Settings > General > Software Update, and should be soon as complete download via developer.apple.com as well.
The only public-facing information about it right now is that it contains bug fixes and improvements. iOS 7 remains under non-disclosure (NDA) as Apple prepares it for public release this fall.
Apple has released iOS 6.1.3 beta 2 to developers. The second beta to what was originally numbered iOS 6.1.1, recent updates meant to address cellular connectivity on the iPhone 4S and an Exchange calendar bug on all iOS devices, caused the latest beta to get re-sequenced to iOS 6.1.3.
If you're a paid developer, you can grab it now through the usual channels.
Apple has just released iOS 6 beta 2 to developers and it's now available as both a download from Apple's developer portal, and an over-the-air (OTA) update directly on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad devices.
Two weeks after making iOS 6 beta 1 available to developers, Apple has released iOS 6 beta 2 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The two week pattern is nothing new for Apple, with previous iOS x.0 releases sticking fairly close to it for the most part.
iOS 6 beta 2 is available as an over-the-air (OTA) update for those running iOS 6 beta 1, or as a download and iTunes/Xcode install from Apple's developer site for those who require or simply prefer a hardline.
Just get iOS 5 beta 2 and already wondering how to Jailbreak it? We recently showed you how to jailbreak iOS 5 beta 1 with Redsn0w. Fortunately, the process for beta 2 isn't much different. You'll simply need to use the beta 1 IPSW in order to jailbreak.
As always, betas are already buggy to begin with, and iOS 5 is no exception. The Dev-Team and many jailbreak devs are really only encouraging developers to jailbreak iOS 5 beta as of now. So if you are a developer (or a ninja who is afraid of nothing), follow along for a short walk-through.
Apple has just released iOS 5 beta 2 (build 9A5248d) for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV, and iTunes 10.5 beta 2 for Mac. It's a rare Friday release for a company that, in the past, has typically released every second Tuesday.
It's also a large release, the iPhone 4 version weighing in at over 817MB (hey, those notifications gotta sit somewhere!).
Apple has just released iOS 4.3 beta 2 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV to developers. This comes just one week after iOS 4.3 beta 1 was seeded, well ahead of Apple's usual every-two-weeks beta schedule.
Registered developers can grab it via the link below and if anyone notices any new features or other changes, drop us a line or let us know in comments!