iOS 11.2 beta 4

Apple releases iOS 11.2 beta 4 for public testers and developers

New iOS 11.2 Beta has been released by Apple. The company has offered the fourth public beta of iOS 11.2 from the Developer Center or as a free OTA update for members of the Beta program. iOS 11.2 Beta 4 brings further improvements and fixes to iOS ahead of the official update (11.2) expected by the end of this year. New features have not been introduced in this beta, but Apple already included several important fixes in iOS 11.2 and Apple Pay Cash. The peer-to-peer payments are available for users through the iMessage app, enabling very quick transfers between users.[…]

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Second public beta of iOS 11.2 fixes the autocorrect bug

Apple offers the second beta of iOS 11.2 to public testers. The company has rolled out iOS 11.2 Beta 2 to its public testers as an over-the-air update after the proper certificate is installed on the device. This public iOS beta introduces a new feature and and fixes a major keyboard bug found in the official iOS 11.1 version. Apple Pay Cash is now enabled for beta testers living in the United States. The feature has been in limited internal testing for a while, but it’s already open for public testing. Apple Pay Cash allows you to send money to[…]

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First public beta of iOS 11.2 available to download

Apple released iOS 11.2 beta 1 to public testers. Following the release of iOS 11.1 to supported devices around the globe, Apple now officially starts the public beta testing program for iOS 11.2. The first beta is now available for public testers, as well as developers, bringing a number of improvements and fixes over the previous major release. It’s available as an OTA update after the user installs the proper certificate on a supported device. Here is how to join the public beta testing and install iOS 11.2 Beta 1. The update brings several bug and security fixes, such a[…]

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Apple rolls out iOS 11.1 Beta IV to public testers and developers

Fourth beta of iOS 11.1 is available for download. Less than a week after Apple released the third public beta of iOS 11.1, the company is ready with the fourth cumulative update for public beta testers and developers. iOS 11.1 beta IV is available from the Developer center and as an OTA update for supported iPhone and iPad. Apple has probably fixes some bugs here and there in this release as there are no visible new features, ahead of the official launch of iOS 11.1 later this year. The first major update to iOS 11 brings new Emoji Unicode 10,[…]

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iOS 11.1 Beta 3 brings fixes for three issues

The third beta of iOS 11.1 reaches the public testers. Apple is slowly reaching the stage in which iOS 11.1 is usable and ready for the production devices. By rolling out the third beta of the software to developers and public testers, Apple fixes three important issues found in the previous beta releases. According to the changelog for iOS 11.1 Beta 3, Apple has fixed the 3D touch quick action frame rate issues, as well as the reachability of notifications and widgets. Additionally, iOS 11.1 Beta 3 fixes the haptic return for incorrect passwords. This beta doesn’t include a single[…]

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iOS 11.1 beta 1 released to developers with new fixes and issues

Apple rolls out the first iOS 11.1 beta The company is ready to present the first developer beta of iOS 11.1, now available for testing purposes on supported iPhones and iPads. iOS 11.1 Beta 1 brings fixes for some known issues but also some new problems. There are no visible new features in this release, if not counting the return of the Feedback app. Here is the full changelog: Notes and Known Issues ARKit Known Issues ContinuingfromabreakpointwhiledebugginganARSessionmayresultinVIObreaking. Any visual objects placed in the world/anchor are not visible. (31561202) AVFoundation New Issues When using the TrueDepth front-facing camera on iPhone X,[…]

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