Apple today seeded a second beta of iOS 9 to public beta testers, nearly two weeks after beta testers received access to the first public beta. Today’s public beta offering has a build number of 13A4305g, which means content-wise, it’s the same as the fourth iOS beta that was seeded to developers yesterday.
Beta testers who have signed up for Apple’s beta testing program and already have the first public beta installed can update over-the-air.
The beta includes the return of Home Sharing for Music, which was removed in iOS 8.4, and it’s the first beta that supports Apple’s new iPod touch. Other changes include a new look for Handoff in the app switcher and a bug fix that once again allows the volume buttons on an iOS device to serve as a shutter for the camera. A full list of changes in the beta can be found in our iOS 9 beta 4 tidbits list.