Apple has released iOS 9 Public beta 2 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan Public beta 2 and both of them are now available for download. The release comes two weeks after the first public betas were seeded for both operating systems. The public beta program, which allows users to preview and beta test upcoming software versions before the official release is open to anyone willing to install the update on his or her device.
The iOS 9 public beta 2 brings similar changes to the public version that iOS 9 beta 4 for developers brought in yesterday’s release. This includes bug fixes, several UI tweaks, performance improvements and more. If you are running the first public beta on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, then you can update to this release through OTA. If you are not running the beta yet, then you can head to Apple’s public beta site here and register your device for the program.
Alongside iOS 9 public beta 2, Apple has also released OS X 10.11 El Capitan public beta 2. Just like the iOS version the OS X public beta also allows normal users to get a feel of the upcoming software update and help Apple improve it by beta testing it.
If you are interested in installing any of these two officially unreleased operating systems then read more about the beta program here.