Fifteen days after introducing the first version of iOS 9 to developers, Apple has pushed out beta 2. The new beta is available to download on Apple’s developer page. You can also download the update over-the-air (OTA), assuming you had the first beta installed on your device.
Apple announced iOS 9 on Monday, June 8 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The update features multitasking on iPad, a more proactive Siri, a native News app and more.
The iOS 9 update will launch to the public later this year, alongside next-generation iOS devices. A public beta is launching in July.
Last year, iOS 8 beta 2 also launched at the 15-day mark. A year before, iOS 7 beta 2 arrived 14 days after the first.
Apple has also released the second watchOS beta and OS X El Capitan Developer Beta 2.
For more on iOS 9, see: Mobile file management is easier with the iOS 9 iCloud Drive, and Are you pumped for iOS 9? 5 top reasons you should be.