Apple releases iOS 10.1 public beta 2 for the iPhone and iPad

By Zach Epstein 

iOS 10.1. Google was right in the middle of taking the wraps off its latest and greatest hardware products on Tuesday when Apple decided to go ahead and release a brand new version of its iOS 10.1 beta software.

Apple unveils iOS 10.1 public beta 2, bringing exciting updates and improvements to iPhone and iPad users. Stay ahead with the latest features and enhancements by joining the beta testing program.
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iOS 10.1. Sure it was a little rude, but at least it gave Apple fans something to do while all eyes were focused on Google. We already showed you how to install iOS 10.1 beta 2 on your iPhone or iPad even if you don’t have a developer account, and it’s ridiculously easy to do. Some people prefer to keep things legit though, and luckily the wait between Apple’s developer beta releases and its public beta releases isn’t long at all.

Apple on Wednesday released

the latest beta version of its iOS 10.1 software, iOS 10.1 public beta 2. The new build includes numerous bug fixes, as well as refinements and a few new features. What’s more, iPhone 7 Plus users who install iOS 10.1 public beta 2 will gain access to Apple’s Portrait Mode feature, which uses the 7 Plus’ dual lens camera to create a bokeh effect on photographs so that they look similar to photos captured using a high-quality DSLR camera.

If you want the new iOS public beta 2 software on your iPhone or iPad, all you need to do is sign up on this page on Apple’s website. You’ll then be able to download and install a special beta profile on your iPhone or iPad, which will give you access to iOS public beta 2. After installing the profile, go to Settings, then navigate to General and select Software Update. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the update.

Apple has recently unveiled

the second public beta version of iOS , specifically designed for iPhone and iPad users. This release brings along several exciting features and enhancements, aiming to enhance the overall user experience.

One of the key highlights of iOS is the inclusion of the highly anticipated “Portrait” mode for the iPhone’s camera. This innovative feature utilizes advanced depth-of-field technology to capture stunning portraits with a beautifully blurred background, typically achieved through high-end DSLR cameras. With this update, iPhone users can now effortlessly take professional-looking photos with a captivating depth effect.

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