Apple Releases Second Beta Of iOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, And tvOS 14

Apple today released the second beta of iOS and iPadOS 14, a little over two weeks after the company previewed the operating system at the WWDC 2020 Keynote. Meanwhile, Apple has also released the second beta of macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, as well as tvOS 14.

Developers can download the proper configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center to install the betas. To update to iOS 14, you can do that by going to Settings -> General -> Software Update. For developers who are testing macOS Big Sur, the betas will be available via the Software Update in System Preferences, while watchOS 7 beta 2 can be installed through the Watch app on the iPhone, then General > Software Update

Today's beta 2 releases introduces various changes to the iOS 14. There is a new icon for the Calander app and the Clocks app, a new Files app widget, redesigned emoji in Reminders lists, animated cover art can now be disabled in a new Music setting, and Apple re-enabled FaceTine "Eye Contact" feature.

Furthermore, Apple has released new HomePod beta software to select users enrolled in the AppleSeed program. The second beta adds an option that let users to select a new default service for Apple Music, Podcasts, and Audiobook. For example, Spotify and other music services can now be set as the default music service.

Other than that, it's not clear what new features and changes are included in the second beta of macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, as well as tvOS 14. However, if you have found anything that's new, please let us know by leave a comment down below.

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