Apple launches beta 2 for iOS 9, watchOS 2 and OS X El Capitan

Apple is hard at work at polishing its mobile and desktop operating systems with the release of iOS 9, watchOS 2 and OS X El Capitan. iOS 9 has already gained significant fame for bringing split-screen multitasking to the iPad, watchOS 2 for bringing native app support to the Apple Watch, and OS X El Capitan for improving window management on Mission Control. The first betas of these operating systems were not fun and games when it came to the amount of bugs pushed, but this changes today.

Apple has just launched the second beta for iOS 9, watchOS 2, and OS X El Capitan. We’ve decided to combine the news into just one post, mainly because Apple doesn’t seem to enable or disable anything with these new beta releases. It seems that these are just bug fixes to the first beta, something very welcome for those of us complaining about overheating issues on the iPhone 6, or the lack of responsiveness on the Apple Watch.

We will be testing these updates over the coming days and will report back in case we see any significant changes worth talking about. The public beta for iOS 9 should reach the rest of the world next month.

Via: 9to5Mac 1, 2, 3

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