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Apple released iOS 9 beta 2 with all new changes and improvements with all these new features

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As expected by us, Apple has just released iOS 9 beta 2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to developers. If you want then also you can update now to iOS 9 beta’s by registering your iPhone iPad iPod UDID to Apple Developer Account now. Click here to register your iPhone ipad iPod udid to Apple Developer Account and then update to iOS 9 beta’s legitimately and enjoy full features of iOS 9 beta.

Apple unveiled the first iOS 9 beta 1 during the WWDC 2015 Keynote on June 8th. It includes a number of new features and improvements such as Proactive Assistant, transit directions in Maps, enhanced multitasking features for iPad and lots more.

The new beta 2 version comes just over two weeks after the first beta was released. The first iOS 9 beta had revealed a number of hidden features, UI changes and improvements.

iOS 9 beta 2 is available as an OTA update for users who have already installed the first iOS 9 beta. iOS 9 beta 2 is also available in Member Center on Apple’s Developer website. You can also download the iOS beta 9 from iAppleStuffs website download section. Make sure that you have register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account before you update to iOS 9 beta’s to avoid Activation error and enjoy full features of iOS 9 beta.

Features and changes in iOS 9 beta 2:

App Deletion—iOS 9 now offers to temporarily delete apps to make room for software updates. Once an iOS software update is complete, any deleted apps, along with their settings and data, are automatically reinstated.


Podcasts— Apple’s Podcasts app features a refreshed app icon, with the app itself receiving minor cosmetic changes.

Continuity—Handoff is now available as the leftmost “card” in iOS 9’s redesigned multitasking view. The feature was unavailable in the iOS App Switcher in the first iOS 9 beta.

Low Power Mode—The wording of this feature has been revised slightly. Rather than explicitly stated that Low Power Mode results in “reduced performance,” the updated text says the feature “temporarily reduces power consumption until you can fully charge your iPhone.” In addition, the new wording makes it clear that automatic downloads are disabled when this is on.

iPad keyboard—Apple’s new keyboard on the iPad now includes a new undo/redo button in place of the copy/paste buttons. Copy and paste shortcuts are still available and appear when a block of text is selected.

News setting— The iCloud section in the stock Settings app now has a placeholder toggle to enable Apple News syncing.

Safari—Settings > Safari now includes separate toggles for the Tab and Favorites bar. An option to enable and manage Content Blockers in Safari has been removed from the Settings app.

iOS 9 beta 2 Safari settings:

Search—In addition to producing more results, Spotlight search in iOS 9 beta 2 now includes a section in Settings > General > Search where you can exclude specific third-party apps from search results.

Apple Watch app—The companion Apple Watch app that was included as part of iOS 8.2 has been rechristened as Watch.

The new watchOS 2 beta 2 can be deployed on watches that run the first beta as an over-the-air update through the Software Update feature within the Apple Watch Companion app on an iPhone running iOS 9 Developer Preview.

Similarly, iOS 9 beta 2 can be installed over-the-air on devices running the previous build by choosing Software Update in the General section of the Settings app.

Standalone installers for watchOS beta 2 and iOS 9 beta 2 are available to members of the Apple Developer Program through the Dev Center, its portal for developers. WatchOS 2 will launch alongside iOS 9 this fall. If you want then you can also update to iOS 9 beta now.

The software adds a number of features to Apple’s wearable device, including a Night mode, custom third-party Complications, two new watch faces, a Time Travel mode, an improved Music app and of course native apps that run directly on the watch hardware, access its sensors, take advantage of the Taptic Engine and more. If you want to update to WatchOS2 then register your iPhone,iPad,iPod UDID to Apple Developer Account and update to iOS 9 betas now, then update to WatchOS2 beta 2 via your iPhone.

iOS 9 is all about optimization so users should expect faster performance and an additional hour of battery life, or even more if a new Low Power Mode is used. On iPads, iOS 9 brings a much improved keyboard with a precise cursor positioning mode, an additional row of app-specific options and side-by-side apps via all-new Slide Over, Split View and Picture in Picture modes.

Apps and iOS firmware updates are smaller on iOS 9 thanks to a feature called App Thinning. Other features on iOS 9 include a much-improved Notes with media attachments, bulleted lists and drawings, Maps with Transit, enhanced Mail, smarter Siri with proactivity, Spotlight recommendations, additional content sources and more. Get updated to iOS 9 beta now.

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