Apple just posted iOS 5 beta 2 to its developer web site. If you’ve paid your $99 for developer access you can go ahead and download it right now. This release isn’t available for the general public, but the full version of iOS is expected to hit the streets later this year.
Apple hasn’t officially made any comment about what’s new since iOS 5 beta 1, but here are some of the features that have been uncovered so far:
- Wireless synchronization with iTunes 10.5
- Support for backing up your data to iCloud
- Over the air software updates are enabled
iOS 5 beta 2 is available for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, the 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch, and the iPad and iPad 2.