Apple has just seeded the second beta for iOS 4.2 as well as the accompanying Xcode 3.2.5 and SDK. This is the most current version of iOS floating around and, when released to the public, will bring the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch under one iOS roof. The public release of iOS 4.2 is expected this November.
Also seeded to devs today is a pre-release version of iTunes 10.1 beta, which Apple is hoping devs will use to test printing from iOS apps.
There have been no discoveries in these latest betas as of yet, but we will keep you posted here on BlogsDNA.com, as always. Devs that are part of the iOS Developer Program can swing by the iOS Dev Center to download the latest betas.
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