Apple has released the second beta of iOS 6 to developers.
The next-generation of Apple's mobile operating system was unveiled at the Worldwide Developers Conference on 11 June, and was made available as a beta version for developers that same day.
On Monday, Apple released iOS 6 beta 2 to developers, which is identified as build 10A5338d, and brings some "bug fixes and improvements".
iOS 6 will bring more than 200 new features to Apple's mobile devices, including new maps, Siri improvements and iCloud improvements.
Apple also released Apple TV Software beta 2 and Xcode 4.5 Developer preview 2.
MacRumors points out that the setting icon gears rotate while downloading the 332MB update onto an iPhone.
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