In addition to providing the second beta version of watchOS 2 for developers, Apple today also released the iOS 9 beta 2.
The compilation 13A4280e, available for compatible iPads, iPhones and iPods touch, is available both through the company's website and through the iOS update system, for those who are already running the first beta version.
The new test version, first presented during WWDC 2015, is only available to developers. In July, however, Apple plans to open testing for Apple Beta Software Program participants. Among the news we have a new Notes app, public transport routes (only for some cities) on the maps, new News app (News), new multitasking, improved search (Spotlight), virtual keyboard improvements, several new features for iPads (including mode Split View, Picture in Picture), etc.
Be sure to check out the screenshot compilations we have already published; now, with the release of this new version, more news will appear and we will share everything here with you.