The first update is iOS 6.0 beta 2, which is now available for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad 3, and iPod touch (4th generation). The update weighs in at 332MB for iPhone 4S users and can be installed via iOS’s built-in Software Update tool. iOS 6.0 beta 2 identifies itself as being build 10A5338d. Apple lists the following as its release notes:
This beta version of iOS 6 contains bug fixes and improvements.
For more information, visit: http://developer.apple.com/ios6/releasenotes/
This beta ersion of iOS should only be deployed on devices dedicated for iOS 6 beta software development.
Second, Apple has released a security update for OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4 users. The update brings daily checks for security updates in Mountain Lion so as to allow for quicker patching of any potential future security exploits. The update can be installed via the Mac App Store and the following is listed as its release notes:
This update tests the new Mountain Lion Security Updates system. The new system includes:
- Daily Checks for required security updates
- The ability to install required security updates automatically or after restarting your Mac
- A more secure connection to Apple’s update servers.
This update includes general updates and improvements to Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4.