Less than two weeks after Apple released the first round of developer betas, the company today seeded their second iterations. As usual, they include new builds of iOS 12.2, macOS 10.14.4 Mojave, watchOS 5.2, and tvOS 12.2, but there are also betas for Classroom for iPad and for Mac.
The key feature is still that Apple News will now be available in Canada, and the changelog does not list a fix for the recent Group FaceTime security flaw that allowed callers to hear your audio before you pick up the phone. Fixes for iOS 12.2 include an issue that prevented users from purchasing prepaid cellular plans, and Sharing Suggestion photos now work properly.
The release notes for macOS are pretty much the same, with the same Photos fix and Apple News in Canada being listed as the new feature. There's still a known issue with Safari, though, that will cause webpages to not display correctly. The workaround is to run the following command in Terminal, although you'll lose your Safari settings: "defaults delete com.apple.Safari".
watchOS 5.2 beta 2 fixes its only known issue, which was that Siri didn't work in the Simulator. And finally, tvOS 12.2 beta 2 doesn't list any issues at all.