iOS 10 Beta 2 Released To Developers

Apple has released the second beta version of iOS 10. This update has currently been available only to developers with a developer account, however Apple plans to introduce a public iOS 10 beta on July 6, 2016 before the launch of the official release. The company has unveiled iOS 10 at its 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference.
 
 
 
 
 
The latest update is now available as an over-the-air download for all those who have already installed the first beta version or the beta configuration profile, which is now available for downloading through the Apple Developer Center. This update has been accompanied along with the new beta of Xcode 8.
 
iOS 10 is an important iOS update with numerous new features and design tweaks, which includes the new lock screen experience with 3D touch-enabled notification, an easily accessible camera, an all-new widgets screen along with the redesigned Control Center.
 
Messages has also been completely overhauled with features such as background animations, bubbles effect, Digital Touch, handwritten notes, Tapback replies, predictive emoji and its own App Store. The photos have gained an impressive facial as well as object recognition capabilities, alongside a memories feature so as to rediscover old forgotten moments.
 
There is now a new Home app along with apps likes Apple Music and Maps, which has been redesigned, at the same time there a several small changes and tweaks available in the operating system.