Apple has released iOS 10 beta 2 to developers. The launch occurred 22 days after the first beta and Tuesday, the day on which the Cupertino often release new versions. It is available from the Apple Developer Center or via OTA, which means that all those users, developers or not, they had the first beta installed on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad appear.
The public version has not yet come. As Apple announced at WWDC last, the version for developers users arrive sometime July, chances that in just two weeks. In theory, this beta is only for developers but, as in the most recent versions, any user to install the profile of beta software on your iPhone can install this version. You can not install iTunes unless the beta of Xcode 8 have installed.
The first beta of iOS 10 functions much better than expected. It is likely that part of this improvement is because Apple has not encrypted iOS kernel 10. In fact, one of the reasons that the Cupertino have not encrypt the kernel of the latest version of its mobile operating system is to improve the overall system performance.
As always say, it is not recommend installing this beta software or any other test phase unless you know the dangers you face, which can be unexpected shutdowns, excessive consumption or general instability. If despite everything you decide to install, do not hesitate to leave your experience in the comments. We try to learn all the news coming with iOS 10 beta 2 and report on all of them as soon as we possibly can.