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Apple has released a second version of iOS 9 as part of its public beta programme.
The first release arrived last month and gave the public early access for the first time to a smarter Siri, new battery settings, the new News app (if US-based), and other new features. iPad users also get additional Multitasking functionality.
While the iOS 9 beta is available to all iOS users, potential sign-ups to the programme are reminded that they will potentially find bugs, and often apps will crash more frequently or not work.
The second public beta arrived just one day following the fourth edition of the iOS 9 beta for developers. The iOS 9 release was also accompanied by the latest beta version of El Capitan – the forthcoming Mac operating system.
El Capitan follows OS X Yosemite, and has added a number of tweaks and new features, including improvements in Spotlight and Mission Control.
If you want to take part in the iOS 9 beta programme, read our guide to signing up.
The final release of iOS 9 will be released in the fall.