Apple has released yet another iOS 11.2 beta update for devs and public testers alike.

The beta train always seems to keep on going from the folks in Cupertino, pushing out major versions frequently, with the release of iOS 11.1 to the public recently, iOS 11.2 has been in beta for some time now. It features new Unicode emojis, Apple Pay Cash for those in the US, and more. Continuing with the trend of new updates, Apple today released iOS 11.2 beta 4 for public testers and developers. Coming in at only 40 megabytes on the iPhone 8 Plus, it seems to only include bug fixes and no new features. It likely includes the fix for unresponsive iPhone X screens in cold temperatures, released publicly yesterday in the form of iOS 11.1.2.

As it was released for more than just the iPhone X, it would seem to follow that there are other minor bug fixes as well, but what those are is unclear at this time.

If you are unaware of the new features that iOS 11.2 brings, it includes the aforementioned Apple Pay Cash, but also includes things such as a small bar on the right side of the iPhone X status bar, to indicate more clearly how to access the Control Center. iOS 11.2 also introduces 7.5w faster wireless charging for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. In addition, it also features new popups when disabling WiFi and Bluetooth, and an indicator telling you that they're only disabled temporarily, and not turned fully off. It also removes calculator animations that would cause some input to be ignored when entering information quickly and more.

As always, we'll keep you updated with any beta news and updates right here at ModMy.

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