Apple announced iOS 7 couple of weeks at its WWDC 2013. After the announcement, everyone in the tech world agreed to the fact that it is the biggest update to iOS since its birth and even Tim Cook said that. The same day Apple also gave access to its first beta release to the developers.
The developers have fiddled around with the first beta release since then and have found out bugs lying here and there. But they have also enjoyed the usage and availability of some cool new APIs as well as functionality. To greet them with even more joy, Apple has started seeding second beta release of iOS 7 from today.
As given in the changelog, this beta release does not contain much more then some fixes and performance improvements. According to our usage, iOS 7 feels much more snappier now but still there are some bugs that haven't been fixed yet. I am sure Apple is working on them but for now Beta 1 users will be available to spot some bugs that they were fighting for half a month now. But the bigger change is iOS 7 support for iPad and iPad Mini developers - they can now install iOS 7 Beta on their iDevice.
While Beta releases have always been available only to developers (which requires a 99$ / year paid account), you can click here to find out how to install iOS 7 Beta on your iDevice.