Apple launches the second public beta of iOS 15.2, iPadOS 15.2, tvOS 15.2, watchOS 8.3 and macOS Monterrey 12.1

24 hours after launching the second for the developer community of iOS 15.2, iPadOS 15.2, watchOS 8.3 and tvOS 15.2, as expected, Apple has launched this second beta for all users who they are part of the public beta program.

These new ones, in theory, are the same versions that were released for the developer community, so there should be no difference, so that the news that we find in these new betas, are the same as those that we publish Yesterday.

The most prominent feature of this second beta is the designed to protect minors by detecting nude images received or sent through the Messages app, which I already talked about yesterday about how it works in the developer beta article.

This second beta also includes a new tool that allows users to grant access to their Apple data so that, in case of death, can have access to all content. In addition, a new function has also been added to prevent harassment uses in which Apple’s AirTag may be involved.

As my colleague Ángel has informed you, the Search application has also received news with the release of the second beta of iOS 15.2, with two new options: Items that can track me and Help return lost items.

To download these new betas, we just have to go to the Settings – General – Software update. Once updated to this version, we went to the Apple Watch application to also update it to the new beta, in case we are also part of the watchOS development.



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