Apple Releases iOS 15.5 And iPadOS 15.5 Beta 2 To Public Beta Testers

Apple has today released the second beta versions of iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 to those who are taking part in the public beta program. The new updates were made available to developers yesterday.

The new updates are now available for download by anyone who has the public beta program profile installed on their iPhone or iPad — people can apply to be part of that program via the Apple public beta testing website now.

Those hoping for big changes from iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 are likely to be disappointed, unfortunately. The new updates are relatively minor, especially compared with the bigger iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 betas that we expect Apple to make available to developers in June — following Apple’s WWDC opening keynote on Jun 6, specifically.

The updates do include minor changes to Apple Pay Cash branding, while the iTunes Pass is also facing changes, too.

While the public beta program is available to all who want to apply, that doesn’t necessarily mean that everyone should install beta updates. There can always be rough edges and incompatibility and we would guard against installing these releases on anything that you need to work, as expected, each and every time. Keep that in mind before updating any of your devices.

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