Apple has officially made download of iOS 10.3 public beta 2 available to registered as beta testers on the Apple Beta Software Program.
After the release of iOS 10.3 beta 2 to developers yesterday, this public beta is now available to wider range of testers with a compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and should provide Apple with additional data and feedback with which to progress the platform and edge it closer to an official public release on a global scale.
Following hot on the heels of Apple’s releasing beta version of iOS to developers in order to help them test out their own apps and wares for compatibility, then it almost-always expands that propaganda to public testers to get a real-world view of how the platform is performing outside of the iOS development world.
With the release of watchOS 3.2 beta 2 and tvOS 10.2 beta 2 for both Apple Watch and Apple TV 4, has today rolling out the macOS 10.12.4 beta 2 to those individuals registered on Apple Developer Program. We should have come across one immediate factor of iOS 10.3 beta 2, that it is predominantly all about fixing bugs, eradicating any issues that may have arisen in iOS 10.3 beta 1, and putting in place patches under-the-hood to ensure a more streamlined experience for those who will ultimately be interacting with iOS 10.3.
With beta 2, Apple has re-enabled call blocking extensions within iOS, put in place the ability to make WiFi Calling via the Three UK network. Both of those abilities weren’t find its place inside the initial beta of iOS 10.3.
Also fixed an Apple Pencil charging issue that was been affecting iPad Pro owners a lot. Those beta 2 fixes and improvements sit perfectly alongside the overall platform enhancements, which include an update to Find My iPhone in order to locate lost AirPods, as well as the introduction of a new Apple File System (APFS), a brand new Podcast widget, and even the ability to leave App Store reviews for a particular app without having to leave the app.
Again, those who are registered at Apple Beta Software Program (beta.apple.com) can head to grab iOS 10.3 public beta 2 right now for a compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. As always, with a beta configuration profile on their device will be able to access this latest release via the Software Update mechanism through the native Settings app (Settings > General > Software Update).
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