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