Apple on Monday seeded the second beta of iOS 10.2 to developers. Folks enrolled in Apple’s developer program can install the update via the over-the-air mechanism in the Settings app, or from the dev center.
Beta 2 comes one week after the first beta was released, which revealed a number of user-facing changes and improvements. This includes new wallpapers, new emoji, and a new Preserve Settings camera option.
Apple has also pushed out the second betas for watchOS 3.1.1 and tvOS 10.1. They seem to be more of maintenance updates, but the tvOS beta brings about some interesting new stuff: Single Sign-On support and the TV app.
Single Sign-On allows you to login with your [compatible] cable credentials once and gain access to all available content in installed apps. And of the course the TV app is the TV guide-like application introduced last month.
See a notable change or improvement we’ve missed in the above betas? Let us know in the comments below!
Update: here are some of the changes we’ve found so far in beta 2: