June 17, 2014
Update: The iOS 8 beta 2 update is also available now OTA. An Apple TV Software beta has also been added to Apple's developers page. They have also added OS X Yosemite Update 1.0. As originally written: Fifteen days after introducing the first version of iOS 8 to developers, Apple has pushed out beta 2. The iOS 8 beta is available for download on Apple's developer page. We're still waiting for it to show up as an OTA update. Apple announced iOS 8 on Monday, June 2 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The update features QuickType, Family Sharing, iCloud Drive, a new Health app, Continuity, and much more. The iOS 8 update will launch to the public later this year, alongside next-generation iOS devices. Last year, iOS 7 beta 2 launched at the 14 day mark. A year before, iOS 6 beta 2 arrived 15 days after the first. For more on iOS 8, see: Check Out Apple's iPad Split-Screen Multitasking Feature In iOS 8 In This Video, Apple's iOS 8 Also Features Hidden 'Alternate UI' Options For Fonts, UI Elements, and Hidden iOS 8 Icons Hint At Apple's Parked Car Location Feature In Maps App.