Arriving earlier than expected, Apple is releasing its second beta for iOS 9. Developers can now download it as an over-the-air update, which is said to the final developers-only beta before the full public version of iOS 9 becomes available this fall. 9to5Mac reports that the beta features “A new Proactive menu on the left side of the first Home Screen, new features for the Maps app, an upgraded Notes application, and a redesigned app-switching interface.”
The Cupertino Clan believes the latest update will be more of a stable release than either of its past versions: iOS 7 and iOS 8. Some of the other notable features include improvements with Siri voice assistant that is said to provide more content awareness, along with the Notes application for better checklists and multitasking features on the iPad.