Apple's iOS 7 beta 2 releases with support for iPad
Apple released the first beta of iOS 7 with iPhone support after the software originally unveiled at WWDC in California, and now the company has pushed out a second beta for testing that works with iPad.
Beta 2 for iOS 7 became available to paid developers through Apple's over-the-air system on iOS devices, but it will also land on the iOS Developer Center, according to 9to5Mac. The update brings a number of fixes and improvements including new male and female Siri voices.
However, the most notable addition is the Voice Memos app. It will appear on developers' home screens and boasts a refreshed look, new icon for displaying sound wavelengths and the ability to record by tapping a large red button.
Voice clips in the Voice Memos app are editable, as first noted by Apple Insider, and users can send them via message, mail or AirDrop. All recordings are accessible at the bottom of the screen once saved, and they can further be saved to iCloud.
Apple's second beta for iOS 7 is available now.