iOS 7 beta 2 now available for tests by developers
The iOS 7 beta 1 was released right after the WWDC and even though we were more than happy to see what the update has to offer, the bugs and the missing features in the platform left the impression that Apple has been in a hurry to release the update and the work is still half done. Now the iOS 7 beta 2 arrives available for developers to present the enriched version of the platform before the official release of iOS 7 in the fall.
One of the new things about iOS 7 beta 2 is its compatibility for iPad and iPad mini. The voice assistant of Apple, Siri is equipped with some new features and the overall design of the user interface in iOS 7 beta 2 seems more impeccable. Users of the new platform will be happy to use again the Voice Notes app, installed in the beta 2.
Developers who have already tested Siri in iOS 7 beta 2 reveal that this version finally provides the promised by Apple possibility of the voice assistant for changing its voices. It gives a personal touch to the feature.
Other enhancements in the iOS 7 beta 2 include minor changes like the combining of the iTunes and App Store settings menus in one. There is a traffic option provided in the Notification Center. The Voicemail works better and in general, the iOS 7 beta 2 performs a lot better than the first beta version of the platform. Apple has several months until the official release of iOS 7 in fall. We expect that all the issues in the beta versions in the will be fixed by Apple until it is time for the official launching of iOS 7.
The registered developers in Apple’s system can try the new iOS 7 beta 2. Have you tested it yet? We would like to know your opinion.