Apple releases second public beta of iOS 9.2

Last week Apple made the first public beta of iOS 9.2 available for those who had signed up for its software beta testing program. And today, just six days later, we get the second experimental iteration of the next version of the company’s mobile operating system.

iOS 9.2 Public Beta 2, as Apple is calling it, is now rolling out as an over-the-air update for devices which have had the first public beta installed. If you are part of the company’s software beta testing program, the update notification is imminent, if you haven’t received it already.

The new beta improves the Safari View Controller, which can now be dismissed through a swipe. Bugs related to the iCloud Keychain and Apple Watch have been fixed. And finally, there’s a new feature: support for AT&T’s upcoming NumberSync service, which will let you make and receive calls on or from any of your devices, using your AT&T phone number.

That seems to be everything that’s included in this release. At the rate things are going, you should probably expect a new iOS 9.2 beta to land next week.