Apple has begun seeding the second beta of iOS 9. The new firmware is slated to debut in the fall and comes with a handful of new features. The beta firmware will be available through Apple’s iOS Developer Center. This beta comes in nearly two week after the first beta of iOS 9.
iOS 9 is packed with a lot of minor features such as a new multitasking switcher, 6-digit passcode for Touch ID devices and cellular continuity. Considering Apple usually seeds iOS betas to developers on Monday or Tuesday, this comes as no surprise. We’re not sure what’s new in the firmware, because we’re downloading the betas ourselves at the moment. If you do notice any changes, please leave a comment below.