Apple is full of surprises for its users. Last week, the tech giant released the first public beta of iOS 9.2 available for those signed up for its beta testing program. Just a week later, Apple has launched the second version in the itinerary of its updates for the iOS platform.
iOS 9.2 Public Beta 2, as it is called is now being rolled out in its OTA version for its first Public beta version. However, the updates are only available to users who have signed up for the company's beta testing program.
The new beta improves the Safari View Controller, an several other bugs in the iCloud as well as an improved compatibility with the Apple Watch have all been fixed.
AT&T users in the US will get an improved functionality on their iOS devices which enables to take and receive calls on any of their AT&T devices. At this rate, it seems that Apple could go on a spree releasing updates fr its users.