Apple Releases iOS 4.1 Beta 2 to Developers

Apple today has released another version of iOS 4 to developers. iOS 4.1 Beta 2 has the following changes:

The SDK is build 10M2305a and the firmware is build 8B5091b. There are five distinct downloads, one each for the iPhone 4/3GS/3G and iPod Touch 2G/3G.

This latest build might concentrate on fixing the proximity sensor issue with the iPhone 4, which was not turning off/on properly while people were handling calls.

As developers get a hold of this we’ll hear more about changes coming. The first beta of iOS 4.1 included the following changes:

● Signal Bars fixed and taller
● New Baseband (02.07.01)
● Game Center is back with new look (see screenshot)
● Camera Switch and Flash buttons reposition in landscape mode (see screenshot)
● You can now choose to add Favorite as voice or FaceTime.
● Spell Check can be turned off in Settings
● FaceTime and Game Center Parental Controls
● Full Bluetooth AVRCP Support