Apple today released iOS 14.7 beta 2 to developers, with the release available as an over-the-air update for those who already have the required beta program profile installed.

The new release comes hot on the heels of beta one and not too long after iOS 14.6 was made available to the public.

This release brings a new timer management feature to the Home app for those who own HomePods, although little else appears to have changed in the initial beta. We’re still downloading beta 2, however.

This update also arrived just a week before iOS 15 will be made available to developers following Monday’s WWDC opening keynote. It’s set to be a big week for Apple and we do wonder whether iOS 14.7 will be made available to the public before those iOS 15 betas begin to roll in.

Alongside iOS 14.57 beta 2, Apple also released the second betas of macOS Big Sur 11.5, iPadOS 14.7, watchOS 7.6, and tvOS 14.7.

As always, we’d only suggest installing these betas on devices that are used solely for beta testing. While iOS 14.7 itself seems to be fine, you never do know what bugs will be added between specific beta releases. That’s definitely the case once iOS 15 rolls around, too.

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