Registered Developers receive iOS 8.1 beta 2

Registered Developers receive iOS 8.1 beta 2
Apple has started rolling out iOS 8.1 beta 2 to registered developers. This comes a bit more than a week since the dissemination of iOS 8.1 beta 1. Apple is rumored to be launching iOS 8.1 to consumers on October 20th. This build of Apple's mobile operating system is expected to include Apple Pay, Apple's new mobile payment service.

Based on a screenshot from the update, it appears that iOS 8.1 beta 2 includes "bug fixes and improvements." Some of the issues that the new build is expected to take care of, include a problem maintaining a Bluetooth connection. 

Apple has had problems with iOS 8 right off the bat. It had to remove all HealthKit apps from the App Store, and then released an update. But iOS 8.0.1 disabled Touch ID and the cellular connectivity of some Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus users. So Apple sent out iOS 8.0.2 to fix those problems, but might have opened the door to another issue, as some have reported that their iCloud Drive documents were deleted after installing the update.


source: MacRumors

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