Just two weeks after releasing the beta version of iOS 7, Apple launches beta 2.
I was able to play with Apple's iOS 7 beta version on my iPhone last week, and I can really tell the difference. Apart from the 3D-like UI, I also find the Android-ish Control Center and Notifications Center to be very nice and useful.
So when Apple launched the beta 2 version today, we were really thrilled. iOS 7 Beta 2 is now available via Apple's over-the-air updating system as well as at the iOS Dev Center.
Appearing now as build 11A4400f, beta 2 is now able to support tablets, and by that we mean the iPad and the iPad mini. 9to5Mac has a bunch of photos showing beta 2 on the iPad.
The photos here and above reveals iOS 7 on the iPad. The icons are now different and you can also view the nifty control center. Of course, it wouldn't be an update without the bug fixes and enhancements. Additionally, BGR came up with a list of improvements available on beta 2. They are listed below:
- Voice Notes app is back
- Messages now shows message sending properly, and delivered and read notifications are properly spaced.
- New Exchange logo in Mail
- Voicemail now works
- Traffic option in Notification Center
- iTunes & App Store settings are now combined in Settings
- Much more responsive in general
- More easy to read notification drawer, lighter effects, and better close button.
- Updated opacity / color in Folders background
- Safari UI enhancements
- Stronger Wi-Fi password suggestions for Personal Hotspot