“Apple on Monday released the second beta of iOS 7, exactly two weeks after the first iteration of the software was doled out to developers,” Josh Lowensohn reports for CNET.
“The new version promises only to fix bugs and contains other undocumented ‘improvements,'” Lowensohn reports. “But the big new thing in this release is a version of the software for iPads — both the regular and Mini models.”
Lowensohn reports, “iOS 7 is a massive visual and, in some cases, functional overhaul of the versions that came before it, and many things are expected to change before it’s officially released… The software also brings back a reworked version of Apple’s voice memos application, which has been a built-in utility since 2009’s iOS 3.0, though was not provided in the initial beta of iOS 7.”
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