Last night, Apple made available to the general public the second beta of iOS 10.3 for all iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch compatible with the latest major version of its mobile operating system.
It comes just under three weeks after the first beta, which was deployed on January 24. As a reminder, iOS 10.3 will arrive in its final version with a few new features, including a new feature allowing you to find your lost AirPods (read: iOS 10.3 beta 1 available, with the “Locate my AirPods” function).
With this second pre-release, Apple has not shared a changelog. This means that this is a minor update that probably fixes some bugs encountered by developers in iOS 10.3 beta 1.
To go to beta 2, go to Settings> General> Software update if you have already installed the first beta. Regarding the release date of the final version of iOS 10.3, no information has yet been shared by the Cupertino company. Others pre-releases are expected to arrive in the coming weeks.