On Tuesday evening, Apple supplied with betas of two forthcoming software, iOS 4.2 and iTunes 10.1 to its developers, for testing.
Tuesday marked the release of second beta of iOS 4.2 software update, which is supposed to be launched for the public in the month of November.
It is going to be available for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPad and 2-3G iPod touch.
The foremost beta of iOS 4.2 had been released in the previous parts of the month and it marked the unveiling of AirPrint, which is Apple's new wireless printing standard for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
AirPrint would let users of iOS device to print onto a shared printer that is connected to a computer or Mac, or directly with some other compatible format printer.
On Tuesday, beta of iTunes 10.1 was as well issued for testing and people with the knowledge said that it too supported printing.
Previously available beta came along with small fixes like making improvements to YouTube and FaceTime.
The release month is November and it will be the foremost time that iPad possessors would have access to iOS 4 features.
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