iOS 9 Beta 2 Release Date Was Moved To June 29

According to recent reports from trusted source iOS 9 beta 2 release date may be settled on the next week. iOS 9 beta 2 was reportedly scheduled for June 22, although the release date was pushed back by one week to June 29.

The Apple’s latest mobile operating system was first introduced two weeks ago at WWDC Keynote. It’s typical for Apple company during the initial beta cycle to push the second beta after two weeks.

Meanwhile iOS 8.4 has been in testing for several weeks. It features the new Music player that will bring Apple Music to the all users. Apple’s new streaming music service will be launched on June 30th and will requires iOS 8.4 update. The software release also includes a redesigned music app and a host of other new features and improvements.

iOS 9 builds on the content introduced in two previous versions of mobile operating systems, bringing slight design changes, new features, improved functionality, and many performance enhancements.

iOS 9’s biggest focus is on intelligence and proactivity, letting iOS devices investigate user habits and act on that information, launching apps before we need them, making suggestions on places we might like. Also guide us via our daily lives to ensure we’re at the right time and place. Siri will be at the heart of the improvements, and the personal assistant will be able to develop contextual reminders and search via media in new ways. If you will swipe left from the home screen also you will see a new screen that brings “Siri Suggestions,” . This service will provide you with favorite contacts and apps along with nearby restaurant, location info and important news.

With iOS 9 beta 2 release date it will feature the new Music app, deep app linking, Proactive information, a new app switcher, Split-screen multitasking for iPad, install size optimizations and more.