According to Apple, the updated build of iOS 8.4.1 BETA is already available for download for the registered developers. The iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 comes with the build number 12H318 and it can be tested on iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone devices.
HINT: Keep in mind that in order to register to Apple’s Developer program, you will need to pay 99 dollars per year, register your iOS device with Apple and only after that you will be able to download and install pre-released builds on your mobile device. However, we remind you that once you register to Apple’s Developer program, you will also be able to grab the BETA builds of iOS 9 or OS X 10.11 El Capitan (once they will be released).
In concordance with 9to5Mac, the new iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 was released two weeks later after the first version of iOS 8.4.1 BETA was launched. The new iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 comes with under-the-hood and software changes, as the user interface and visual upgrades will most likely be minimal. Based on the iOS 8.4.1 BETA update that Apple released, the new iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 includes bugs and performance issues fixes, security improvements and updates.
We remind you that the iOS 8.4.1 BETA 1 was released in June and came with Apple Music and Beats 1 streaming services for the iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone. Many analysts are quite positive that the iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 build contains software updates or patches to these newly added features.
In concordance with MacRumors, the new iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 can be downloaded directly from the Apple Developer center. In case you are a registered developer, you will firstly have to install the iOS 8.4.1 BETA 1 and only after that, you will be able to install the iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 over-the-air.
According to experts, the iOS 8.4.1 will most likely be the latest iOS update before Apple will release the upcoming iOS 9. According to some previous rumors, the iOS 9 will be released sometime in September 2015.
Have you installed the iOS 8.4.1 BETA 2 on your iPod Touch, iPad or iPhone yet? Tell us your thoughts about it!
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