Apple has just released iOS 10 beta 2 to developers and it is now available for download for all supported devices. The new beta has been released by Apple over-the-air through the Software Update section of the Settings app and is also available as IPSW through the dev center. The highly anticipated second beta came after 22 days of the initial iOS 10 beta release. iOS 10 beta 2 is a 450MB+ download, however the size may vary depending on your particular iOS device model.
If you are not running the iOS 10 beta already, then you need a developers account and a Configuration profile for your iOS device model. Once you have the profile you can install it on your device and then update over-the-air right from your iOS 9 device. Alternatively, you can use the IPSW give on the download section of the portal.
As for the changes introduced in the second beta, we are still looking for them and update this post as we find them. Apple’s description of the beta only mentions that this update contains bug fixes and improvements.
iOS 10 brings a wide range of new features and improvements to the operating system. You can check out our full coverage of iOS 10 beta on this page.