Less than three weeks after Apple announced iOS 8 at the 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference and delivered the first beta to developers, the company has released iOS 8 beta 2.
Apple’s release notes (as published by BGR) indicate that beta 2 mostly deals with bugs in the OS, with a long list of items ostensibly “fixed in beta 2.”
If history is a guide, developers can look forward to several additional beta releases as iOS 8 makes its way toward a fall release, though Apple hasn’t announced an exact date. It will likely arrive in September, in tandem with the expected debut of an iPhone 6.
If you’re a developer, hit the comments and share any noteworthy additions/changes you’ve discovered in beta 2.
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