“Two weeks following the 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference and the release of the first beta build of iOS 8 to developers, Apple has provided iOS 8 beta 2 to developers,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac. “The new release is available over-the-air in iOS 8’s Settings menu, and it’s available for supported iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches.”
“iOS 8 officially launches this fall and includes several new features for both consumers and developers alike,” Gurman reports. “iOS Device users will experience a new Health app for integrating health and fitness data, improvements to Safari, enhanced Messages features, design tweaks in Mail, and significant changes to notifications, photo management, and the keyboard. Developers will now be able to create third-party keyboards, integrate the Touch ID fingerprint scanner into apps, and integrate third-party home automation products with iOS.”
Gurman reports, “New Apple TV and Xcode betas [have been] seeded as well. Interesting that the Apple TV update does not support the 2010 second-gen system.”
More info and many screenshots in the full article here.