Apple has pushed iOS 6 Beta 2 to Developers today, sticking to their previously established trend of releasing new iOS Betas every 2 weeks. If you’ve got iOS 6 Beta 1 installed, you can install Beta 2 over-the-air by going to “Settings > General > Software Update” on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Alternatively, you can download the full iOS 6 Beta 2 ipsw from Apple’s iOS Developer Portal.
Beta 2 mostly provides bug fixes and enhancements. Most notably, Beta 2 feels a little snappier than Beta 1, and the annoying keyboard click lag is gone. In addition, the new Twitter logo is now present system-wide, Siri’s Tweet sheet has been redesigned, Guided Access is now enabled, and Maps has seen some improvements. 9to5Mac is collecting a full list of changes in iOS 6 Beta 2 that you can check out here.