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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Apple releases iOS 7 Beta 2 to registered developers

Apple has released Beta 2 version of iOS 7 only to registered developers this Monday. This Beta 2 version of iOS 7 has some new features and support for the iPad. The initial beta release did not include these new and support for the iPad. With this new firmware update iOS 7 with beta 2 is now compatible with the iPad 2, the third and fourth generation iPads with Retina displays, and the iPad mini.
In addition, it also include some minor user-interface (UI) modifications, refining the redesigned iOS version.

Registered Apple developers can update to iOS 7 Beta 2 by opening the Settings app on their iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 7 Beta 1 and tapping General and then tapping Software Update. But, iPad users will have to upgrade to iOS 7 beta 2 through iTunes. The new beta can also be downloaded from Apple’s developer page.

The major features introduced by iOS 7 Beta 2 are listed below:

1. New Male And Female Voice in Siri
You can find this feature in the General Settings under the Siri heading, which offers a new Voice Gender option. Moreover, Siri requests also seem to load faster than before.

2. Voice Memos Returns
The iOS 7 Beta 2 now has the built-in “Voice Memos” application, which was not there in the first beta version. Features like new UI design, text-based navigation and a big graphic showing noise wavelength, make it classy. The microphone and volume needle graphics, are no longer present in this version of the app.

3. Some Key UI Changes in Messages App

4. iPad Camera Goes HDR
It allows users to capture three images of one object quickly in standard, over- and under-exposed modes. After that, all three images are combined to create the final picture.

5. Sync Google Contacts Without Hassle
Thanks to iOS 7 Beta 2, users now can sync their Google contacts with an iOS device.

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