Apple recently released a bunch of beta updates for its upcoming version of its software. According to the latest information, the second public beta of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8 are now live for the beta testers. The second beta update comes after one week of initial betas.
iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 second public beta updates
The iOS 15 introduces several new features and adds new functionalities to the existing ones. FaceTime now has support for SharePlay to watch TV, listen to music, and share screen with friends.
The Focus is another feature in the iOS 15 which keeps you undistracted by disconnecting the notifications from the source which aren’t that important to you. The Safari browser is also redesigned and looks more compact and the added Tab Groups allows you to open tabs later.
The Wallet app has also got newly added supports for IDs and keys and the Photos app is also upgraded to add new Memories and Live Text features. With iOS 15, Apple’s Mail app is now more secure than ever before. Spotlight is also improved and the Siri processing requests are being done directly on the device.
Besides these, there are loads of other features that the new software updates bring. Apple users who have participated in the beta activity can only make use of this beta and as the software is currently in the beta stage and might carry some bugs.
The public beta for iOS 15/iPadOS 15 can be downloaded after installing a proper certificate from the Public Beta website using Apple ID. Check here for detailed instructions.
watchOS 8 and tvOS 15
Along with the iOS 15 beta, Apple also released the second public beta update for the upcoming watchOS 8 and tvOS 15. The tvOS can be downloaded from the Settings app (After registering on the Public Beta website) >> Software Updates >> System and then toggle the ‘Get Public Beta Updates.
While the watchOS 8 can be download on Apple Watches that after installing a proper certificate from the Public Beta website. After this, the software can be installed from Genera >> Software Update in the Apple Watch app on iPhone.
Before installing the beta update on Apple Watch, make sure to maintain at least 50% battery on the device. Also, it should be placed on the charger and in the range of the iPhone.