Shortly after releasing iOS 6.0.1 and iOS 6.1 Beta 1 updates, Apple has now made iOS 6 Beta 2 available for developers to try out. However, despite the certain problems of iOS 6 Maps, Apple’s yet latest and greatest mobile firmware has been fairly incident -free. With the build number 10B5105c, the latest iOS 6 Beta 2 offers developers insight as to how they can integrate the new Maps service into their third-party apps, which is a positive step forward for Maps post-Google.
With only few developers who’d possibly intertwine their app with Maps, Apple now allows app makers to lay the foundations that one day the Maps won’t be a substandard, apps profiting of navigation and such will be ready to go.
As in case of previous versions, iOS 6 Beta 2 is only available to those registered to Apple’s Developer program. So those who’d like to test out the very latest beta, will definitely need to register to the $99 per year package
Along with the iOS beta release, a new Apple TV beta, and the Xcode 4.6 Developer Preview 2 are also made available. Registered developers are allowed to download the updates via iOS Dev Center. However, those with their devices running iOS 6.1 Beta 1 can get the update OTA, by heading over to Settings > General > Software Update.