Just a few days after issuing beta 5, Apple on Friday rolled out the sixth beta for 11.2. The new software notably brings Apple Pay Cash to iOS users, allowing them to send a receive money through a service that’s built into iMessage.
The software also introduces a number of bug fixes and enhancements, including a detailed explanation for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth behaviors in Control Center. 9to5Mac has a running list of features that have been discovered in iOS 11.2 since the first beta was released.
Once the software is released to everyone, users will also have the opportunity to take advantage of faster wireless charging. Unfortunately, there’s still no sign of Messages in iCloud, suggesting the feature won’t be available until next year.
Coincidentally, today’s beta arrives just as iPhone X shipments have dipped to under one week.