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Download iOS 7 Beta 2 for iPhone, iPod Touch, and Now for iPad [Developers Only]

When iOS 7 was unveiled during Apple's WWDC keynote earlier this month, it was consequently followed by the release of iOS 7 beta 1 for developers. Strangely enough, the first iOS 7 beta firmware was only released for the iPhone and iPod touch version, with the iPad version nowhere in sight. Good news for developers who wish to test iOS 7 on their iPad because Apple just released iOS 7 beta 2 which now includes support for the popular tablet.

iOS 7 Beta 2

The iOS 7 beta 2 update is about 200MB in size. So what can you expect from iOS 7 beta 2? Well, you can expect a good deal of performance improvements and bug fixes. There may be a few cosmetic changes and new features thrown in but it's still too early to tell. Perhaps the biggest change to iOS 7 beta 2 is that it now supports the iPad. The second pre-release version supports the following iPad models: iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and the iPad mini.

iOS 7 Beta 2 on iPad

If you have been closely following the iOS platform, you will know that iOS 7 is an entirely different beast due to its radical redesign and the number of new features included (most of which are jailbreak inspired). iOS 7 is definitely the biggest change that happened to the platform ever since its introduction back when the first iPhone was launched.

Download iOS 7 Beta 2

As you may all know with all beta versions released by Apple, iOS beta 2 is only available to registered iOS developers. In order to become a developer, you will need to sign-up an account at Apple's iOS Dev Center. An account will cost you an annual fee of $99 which is definitely a worthy investment for iOS developers and hardcore fans. Although there are unofficial ways that will enable you to install iOS betas. But that's a different story altogether.

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