Developer beta 2 of iOS 18 is now available from Apple

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The second beta of iOS 18 developers has been released by Apple on Monday, and it consists of several new features, which weren’t included in the previous beta release.

Since its first unveiling on June 10 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2024 in San Francisco, Apple has been rolling out its new iOS 18 Developer Beta 1 to registered developers in conjunction with the WWDC 2024.

The initial beta version of the iPhone introduced a number of new features, including the ability to delete the names of apps, folders, and widgets from the home screen, as well as the ability to enable a dark mode for the icons of first-party apps on the iPhone.

Features of iOS 18 Developer Beta 2

It has been announced that Apple has introduced iPhone mirroring as part of the new beta version. Users have the opportunity to mirror their iPhones to their Macs using this feature. As well as managing the apps, receiving calls, and notifications, they will also be able to drag and drop files from one device to another.

As a result, this feature only becomes applicable when the iPhone is connected to a Mac that is running macOS Sequoia beta 2 on your computer.

As part of the Beta 2 update, you will now also be able to toggle a new toggle in the iPhone settings to enable Rich Communication Services (RCS) messaging on your iPhone.

The RCS function is similar to an imessaging function in the sense that it shows whether someone is typing, has read, or has received a message. There is only one version of this update available in the United States at the moment.

In addition to updating the App Store icon, there is also a new widget in the Wallet app which allows you to quickly see all the cards you have connected, a icon in the Passwords app which allows you to quickly save new entries, and improved feedback for the power button in Control Centre.

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