Apple has started rolling out iOS 16.6 beta 2 firmware to the developers. The latest development is coming two weeks after the first beta release. Reflecting on some new improvements and fixes, the company will soon push off this testing to the public stage.
Meanwhile, Apple fans are waiting eagerly to hear about the launch of the iOS 17 upgrade. And it seems like we could hear the good news by the next week. According to the inputs, the tech giant is expected to announce the upcoming major build at WWDC 2023 next week, where we could find iOS 17 beta as well.
That’s still only in expectations and we need to wait a few more days to grab the official confirmation. By that time, registered developers can try out the latest Apple iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6 beta 2 to check what new changes this software brings on board. For your information, the new rollout holds a 20G5026e build number.
For doing so, knock on Settings and enter the Software Update section. Now tap on the Beta Updates option and turn on the toggle of the iOS 16 Developer Beta. Make sure that your Apple ID is linked with a developer account to carry out the beta installation smoothly.
As mentioned earlier, iOS 16.6 will come as a minor upgrade before the giant iOS 17. However, an interesting element that we may find in this version is iMessage Contact Key Verification, which will make your conversations safer and more secure.