iOS 7 beta 2 has now been released to developers. The first version gave developers the chance to play around with the new iOS 7 features. The second version brings support for iPad and iPad mini devices. Siri has been improved as well. Not surprisingly, a video of iOS 7 working on an iPad has been already posted online.
iOS 7 beta 2 fixes a few bugs. The iPad interface is what most of us expected. The software update brings back a voice memo application too. Apple will surely release a few more versions before iOS 7 officially makes its debut this fall.
Speaking of updates, a new OS X Mavericks beta is now available to developers. Apple has dubbed the build “13A497d” and addressed a few bugs in the OS. New versions of Xcode 5 and OS X Server are available too. You can grab the updates via the Mac App Store.
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