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Apple releases iOS 7 beta 2 with iPad support, Siri and much more


Apple has released the beta 2 version of Apple iOS 7, the latest version of the company’s mobile operating system. This new iOS 7 beta 2 update adds support for the Apple iPad and Apple iPad Mini along with a number of other additions and improvements.

Consumers who have an Apple developer account can go ahead and download the Apple iOS 7 beta 2 version and test the OS on the iPad and iPad Mini. This is definitely good news for developers who have been waiting to test iOS 7 on their tablets. iOS 7 beta 2 is also a good news for other developers who will be running the OS on their iPhones since they can now try out many additional features that were not present in the original beta version.

iOS 7 beta 2
Credit: BGR

Along with iPad support, the beta 2 version brings in Siri which now has a new voice. It also brings back the Voice Notes app that was not present in the initial beta version. There has also been a considerable improvement in the overall design and flow, which will make you believe that things are turning out the way you expected them to be.

Apart from iPad support and Siri, iOS 7 beta 2 also has a combined settings menu for iTunes and App Store. Even the Exchange logo in Mail has been updated, Voicemail works, and a traffic option has been added to the Notification Center.

If you are excited and want to try out this new beta 2 version of iOS 7, then head to the Apple website, enter your developer credentials, and download the file right away.

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