Two weeks after rolling out the first iOS 14 beta, Apple is pushing its next release to developers.
iOS 14 beta 2 and iPadOS 14 beta 2 are now available to developers who have registered with Apple (via MacRumors). The update is rolling out over the air and can be downloaded through Apple's Developer Center on the web.
There's no public beta available quite yet, but Apple has said it'll allow anyone to begin testing iOS 14 sometime in July.
The update to iOS 14 is a big one. It brings widgets to the home screen, letting you put resizable widgets on your iPhone's screen and break up that grid of icons. There's support for picture-in-picture on the iPhone, too, allowing you to continue watching a video while you perform other tasks.
Siri is getting a redesign in iOS 14, with the voice assistant shrinking to a ball at the bottom of you screen when you summon it rather than taking over your entire screen. Incoming calls are being shrunken, too, so that they'll appear as a notification at the top of your screen instead of being a full-screen alert.
Other notable features of iOS 14 include cycling directions and EV routing for Apple Maps; CarPlay improvements; a Car Key feature that'll let you use your iPhone to unlock and start supported vehicles; pinned conversations and in-line replies in group chats for Messages; a new Translate app; and an App Library that'll give you folders and an alphabetical list of all the apps installed on your phone.
Apple has said iOS 14 will launch this fall for the iPhone 6s and later. You can find the full list of supported devices here.
Also released today is watchOS 7 beta 2 (via MacRumors). This update brings several new features to the Apple Watch, including native sleep tracking, watch face sharing, and a new handwashing tracker that'll automatically detect when you begin washing your hands and start a 20-second countdown timer for you.
watchOS 7 will launch this fall and it'll be available to the Apple Watch Series 3 and later.