Apple released beta 2 of iOS 4.1 to developers Tuesday night. The new beta update comes about two weeks after developers got their first taste of iOS 4.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Since developers are bound by a nondisclosure agreement, official information about what the beta includes isn’t publicly available. The update could, however, include fixes for the iPhone 4 proximity sensors, and support for Apple’s promised Game Center social service.
Based on early reports, the beta doesn’t include iPad support. Apple released iOS 4 a few days ahead of the iPhone 4 launch, and said iPad support would be added later this year.
There’s no word from Apple on when iOS 4.1 will be available as a public download.