It has been over two weeks since Apple seeded the first betas of its next major software updates. But the company is back with the latest. Today, the company has seeded the latest beta for iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
Late in the afternoon on Thursday, Apple seeded the second betas of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 to developers. It’s possible that Apple has added even more features to the mix with this latest beta. However, it’s not probable.
If Apple did add anything noteworthy to the mix, we will update this post accordingly.
Apple is still planning to seed the first public beta of eligible software at some point in July. So if you’re waiting for the public beta before jumping on board with the pre-release software, you don’t have much longer to wait. However, it’s worth noting that this is still early in development, and installing beta software on a daily driver should be avoided. Even the public betas.
Resource: How to install the iOS 15 beta
What’s new from WWDC21
- Apple announces iOS 15
- Apple’s first look at iPadOS 15
- Apple unveils macOS 12
- Apple reveals watchOS 8
And the finer details:
- FaceTime sees major improvements, including SharePlay and updates to video and audio.
- Apple updates Notifications to give even more granular control, and updates the UI
- Messages gets even more collaborative with Shared With You
- Safari gets a new Tab experience
- The Photos app now supports Live Text, which can be searched for and directly interacted with
- Spotlight gets improvements, can be used to find Live Text in Photos
- AirPods Pro and AirPods Max get better Find My support
- Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos launch in Apple Music
- Plus a lot more
- Split View and a new Shelf make multitasking easier on iPadOS
- There are several new keyboard shortcuts available
- Widgets get a new size option, and the ability to place on the Home Screen
- The App Library is available
- And more
- macOS 12 is officially known as Monterey
- The new software supports updated FaceTime with SharePlay
- Shortcuts make the leap to Mac
- Universal Control makes it possible to use a single mouse and/or keyboard with multiple devices at once
- AirPlay to Mac is finally a thing
- Safari now supports a major redesign (again), and offers Tab Groups and a new tab toolbar for easier access
- Extensions are improved in macOS Monterey
- Plus more
- watchOS 8 includes an improved Photos app
- Sharing content in Messages is easier than ever before
- There is a new Portrait watch face, which can be interacted with using the Digital Crown
- watchOS 8 supports the App Shelf
- watchOS 8 offers more Health-related features, including better fall detection
- There are even more Workouts
- And more
If anything new is discovered, we will update this post accordingly.