Video Walkthrough of New Features and Changes in iOS 10 Beta 2

Today's release of the second developer beta of iOS 10 brought a number of tweaks and improvements, and we'll undoubtedly see more as Apple continues through the development and testing process ahead of a full public release likely in September.

In addition to the tidbits we listed in our original coverage, we've also put together this overview video to help highlight some of the changes and new features in the second beta. It takes a look at the new Messages App Store with some sticker packs from Apple, changes to the Control Center 3D Touch actions, Apple's new organ donor signup, and more.

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For additional details on new features coming in iOS 10, make sure to check out our iOS 10 roundup. Also, don't miss out on our previous videos covering the first beta version of iOS 10:

- WWDC 2016 Overview in Seven Minutes
- iOS 10's Overhauled Lockscreen
- The New iOS 10 Photos App
- The New iOS 10 Messages App
- iOS 10 Hidden Features
- iOS 10's Redesigned Apple Music Experience
- 3D Touch in iOS 10
- The New Home App for Controlling HomeKit Devices
- iOS 10's Revamped News App
- Hands-On With Apple's Redesigned Maps App in iOS 10

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53 months ago
Biggest change I see in iOS 10, beta 2, is that the App Store now updates apps with multiple AppleID's without having to logout/in over & over.

As a developer, I use multiple accounts to access the stores in different countries (some clients only release their apps to the US store, others only to the Canadian store). Now, all of them will just update, even ones for accounts I'm not currently signed in with!
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53 months ago
Coming along.
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53 months ago
The snooze function bug has been fixed in the latest beta.
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53 months ago
Thanks for this update. The video was informative, but could you please find somebody to do the voiceover at a normal human speed rather than jabbering away like a tobacco auctioneer? I missed about two thirds of what the guy had to say. I wouldn't have minded at all if the video had taken a bit longer to watch.
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53 months ago
Finally they fixed the music app, Smaller UI scale!


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53 months ago
Holy moly the iOS interface is starting to become bloated. If the system doesn't get an overhaul by 11 or 12, and doesn't get rid of the very aging multi icon home screen, it's gonna become very messy with all the stuff they're trying to shove into the notification center.
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