Its two weeks after Apple released the first version of its iOS 7 to developers, on Monday; the second beta arrived with bug fixes with some other undocumented improvements as written by CNET.
The most important issue about the iOS 7 beta 2 is its support for the iPad, both regular and iPad mini. The first prototype of came only for the iPhone and iPod Touches with Apple promising to roll out the UI for other device as time runs.
Developers has to sign privacy agreements for the software, but this has not stopped numerous bloggers form exposing it for previews.
Apple loves rolling out a number of beta version of its software’s before they are being made available to the general public. Apple promises that the product is coming this fall. Between June to late September last year, the iOS 6 has four different beta versions.
Few of what changed on the new Apple mobile OS was the reworked version of the Apple’s voice memos applications which a utility built-in since the iOS 3.0 in 2009.
Here’s how the iOS 7 looks on the iPad
These are the few iPad UI of the new software we are able to capture. As we await other betas for developers or the proper software, we promise to keep you updated.
Images: Cult of Mac