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iOS 7 Beta 2 Arrives with Voice Memos and More

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Apple’s iOS 7 beta 2 just landed for the iPhone and iPod touch bringing unknown bug fixes and features users running the private iOS 7 beta.

This is the second iOS 7 beta, which will likely be followed with many more as Apple looks to tweak the performance of iOS 7 and add-on additional iOS 7 features.

One new feature is the return of the Voice Memos App, which was not present in the first iOS 7 beta.

Update: the iPad IOS 7 beta 2 files are now available. 

The iOS 7 beta 2 downloads will also soon appear on IMZDL for users looking to pay $8 to join the iOS 7 beta.

Read: How to Get iOS 7 Beta Now

The iOS 7 beta 2 download is available now with un-announced features and fixes.

The iOS 7 beta 2 download is available now with un-announced features and fixes.

iOS 7 beta 2 for the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPod touch 5th generation is available as an over the air update. This allows users to download the update directly to their iPhone.

Tap on Settings -> General -> Software Update – Download and Install to upgrade to the iOS 7 beta.

It is highly recommended that users running the iOS 7 beta upgrade to the beta 2 as soon as possible. Unlike traditional iOS software, The iOS 7 beta features an expiration date, which when passed will render an iPhone useless if it is on the expired version. Users can plug into a computer to update after this happens, but it is simpler to update the iPhone to IOS 7 beta 2 right now.

Apple did not yet post the iOS 7 beta 2 files to the Apple developer center and there are no release notes yet to show what is new in the iOS 7 beta 2.

Read: 50 iOS 7 Features You’ll Actually Care About

The iOS 7 beta video below walks through many of the top IOS 7 features.

Apple only offers the iOS 7 beta to registered developers, but third-party services re-sell access for as little as $8 to users that want to try the iOS 7 beta before the official fall IOS 7 release date. The iOS 7 beta may not work with all apps and could deliver a less stable experience so users without a backup phone should wait for the official iOS 7 release.

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Josh Smith is Editor of GottaBeMobile and Notebooks.com. He's always looking for ways to help you get the most of your gear and loves to talk about tech on radio and TV. Josh uses an iOS and Android devices as well as Mac and Windows Computers. Josh Smith on Google+ Email: [email protected]

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