Apple on Monday released its second beta for iOS 8.4, which will be the last major release for iOS 8 until Apple unveils iOS 9 at WWDC this year. As we’ve seen before, the highlight of iOS 8.4 will be the launch of a completely new music application that will eventually serve as the basis for the music streaming service Apple is expected to unveil at WWDC. Interestingly, 9to5Mac notes that Apple has also released its first public beta for iOS 8.4 as well.

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Apple isn’t specifying anything new in this new beta and only promises the standard “bug fixes and improvements.” The newest beta can be downloaded right now at the Apple Developer Website. We’ll post the release notes for the newest beta when we see them.