Apple announces iOS 10
Apple release iOS 10 beta 1 for iOS Developer Programme membersGetty Images

Apple has released the second beta version of iOS 10 beta to developers. This update as of now is only available to those holding an official developer account with Apple.

To download the latest beta update on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch head to the Software Update section of the Settings app to find the OTA update. In case it does not reflect you may have to wait for a while or you can head to Apple's developer's account page to check for the update.

It is not known in detail as to what changes the second beta for the iOS 10 brings but like previous betas it might just stick to performance improvements and bug fixes. Some developers have, however, discussed the possibility of the much rumoured "dark mode" to make an appearance in the next iOS 10 beta update. The dark mode would allow users to switch to a modified user interface that is heavy on dark colours instead of light ones, which is usually what iOS users are used to.

Apple unveiled the first look of the iOS 10 at the WWDC conference in June featuring a host of new features like redesigned Music and News apps, the first Home app for HomeKit, a redesigned Lock screen and Home screen experience for widgets, tons of iMessage features in Messages, and much more. To check out all the features in detail click here.

Apple also announced that public testers will be able to experience the app from July but is yet to release the beta version for them. Side by side Apple has also released the iOS 9.3.3 beta 4 version for both developers and public testers and is soon expected to release the OTA stable version for the same. As for the final version of the iOS 10, it should only make an appearance by fall this year.