iOS 6 Beta 2 new features shown off on video

I’m sure most of the iOS faithful out there are aware that Apple has now released iOS 6 Beta 2 to iOS developers via an over the air update that has a build number of 10A5338d, and is said to contain bug fixes and improvements; however apparently iOS 6 Beta 2 does deliver some new features.

Thus what we have for our iOS readers below is a couple of videos showing off what is new in iOS 6 Beta 2, the first of which is the iOS 6 Beta 2 new features overview that last almost five minutes, and the other is the Guided Access Walkthrough (iOS 6 Beta 2) that last almost four minutes, and comes our way courtesy of the guys over at Daily iPhone Blog and by way of YouTube user Rystechtips.

According to the guy the iOS 6 Beta 2 update took roughly 20-minutes to download over the air, which brings a ton of bug fixes and very few little features such as the photo and camera settings page, which now features a new menu called Shared Photo Streams, a new Twitter tweet sheet, calender, and FaceTime over 3G and WiFi toggle.

And in the second video he goes over Guided Access that was a feature announced during the keynote, but didn’t work in iOS 6 Beta 1, but is now working in iOS 6 Beta 2.

Anyway I’m sure you don’t want me to bore you with all the tech speak and would rather head on down to hit those play buttons to check out the new features in iOS 6 Beta 2 for yourself, so I’ll simply let you get to it…enjoy.


4 thoughts on “iOS 6 Beta 2 new features shown off on video”

  1. Jaime says:

    i did notice that the airplay button now disappears if a device is not detected. one the device is detected it reappears. Problem is that now it won’t see me A/V receiver. Any ideas?

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