Apple today officially seeded the latest developer beta software for the latest iteration of iOS.
Today, Apple seeded the first developer beta of iOS 11.2. This first developer seed follows in line with the public launch of iOS 11.0.3 earlier in October. Meanwhile, Apple is still also currently beta testing iOS 11.1, but that software should be released soon, along wit the public launch of the iPhone X later this week.
Registered developers can download the iOS 11.2 beta from Apple’s dedicated Developer Center. If the proper configuration profile is installed in the iOS device of choice, the new pre-release software can also be downloaded and installed as an over-the-air update.
Apple also has the public beta program, but there is no word on when a public beta of this latest beta will be released for the public beta testers. It may arrive sometime this week.
As it stands right now, there is no word on what is different or new in the first iOS 11.2 beta. However, it is possible that it may introduce features that Apple initially announced with the unveiling of iOS 11, including Apple Pay Cash — which is not expected to arrive with the upcoming public launch of iOS 11.1. iCloud support for Messages is another feature that may be coming along with iOS 11.2.
If any new features are discovered in the first developer beta of iOS 11.2, we will update this post accordingly.
How have you enjoyed your experience with iOS 11 so far? What are you hoping Apple adds or fixes in this upcoming release of the mobile operating system (if they aren’t already fixed in iOS 11.1)?