Less than one week after releasing the first iOS 14.3 beta, Apple has begun pushing out an updated version.
iOS 14.3 beta 2 and iPadOS 14.3 beta 2 are now available to developers (via MacRumors). It's available over the air and through Apple's Developer Center on the web. There's no public beta release available quite yet, but that should arrive in the coming days.
If you haven't registered as a developer with Apple but you want to try iOS releases before they're launched to the public, you can enroll in Apple's Beta Software Program.
Now that we're on the second iOS 14.3 beta, we're starting to get a feel for the changes and fixes that Apple has planned for the public release. iOS 14.3 adds support for the ProRAW photo format, which will be available to the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. This feature enables RAW photo shooting, which gives you more control over editing, but still uses Apple image pipeline data like noise reduction.
The iOS 14.3 update also adds support for the PlayStation 5's DualSense controller and the Amazon Luna controller, and it enables you to set your default search engine to Ecosia, which pledges to plant trees when you perform searches. Pregnancy data in the Health app is being added, too.
Also of note is that there's an icon in the iOS 14.3 beta that hints at the design of the oft-rumored AirPods Studio over-ear headphones.
Apple hasn't said when iOS 14.3 will be launched to the public, but we're likely to see at least a few more beta releases before the public rollout begins.