Apple on Tuesday released the first beta of iOS 10.2 to public testers. The software comes just a day after it was seeded to developers, and a week after iOS 10.1 was released to the public. You can install the new beta via the OTA update mechanism in the Settings app.
As discovered in yesterday’s developer beta, iOS 10.2 contains a number of user-facing changes. There is over 100 new [Unicode 9] emoji, a new Preserve Settings option for saving your Camera app settings, new wallpapers, and a new widget for the stock Videos app.
If you’d like to try out today’s 10.2 beta, you can sign up for Apple’s public testing program here.