Apple has released the latest beta version of iOS 5 to developers, iOS 5 Beta 2, as well as another beta version of iTunes, iTunes 10.5, and the latest version lets developers test one of the major new features in iOS 5, wireless syncing.
On top of that Apple also released a new beta of the AppleTV 2.0 software, and there are a total of nine distributions of the latest iOS 5 beta, which include three versions for the iPad, one for the iPhone 3Gs, two for the iPhone 4 and two for the iPod Touch 3G and 4G.
It seems that once a developer has updated to the latest iOS 5 beta, they are unable to downgrade to a previous version, it isn’t clear if this will be the case when the final build of iOS 5 is released, although if this will happen with the final version it could make jailbreaking iOS devices more difficult.
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