Apple on Thursday released the first beta for iOS 11.2.5 (to both developers and beta testers), just one day after rolling out iOS 11.2.1 to everyone.
The latest beta appears to be small in nature, designed to squash bugs and enhance the software. Since iOS 11’s release in September, the software has seen its fair share of problems, so hopefully, the upcoming release will address any lingering issues.
Apple’s most recent releases of iOS 11, including iOS 11.2, brought features like Apple Pay Cash to the table, while fixing debilitating bugs. It’s unclear what’s new in iOS 11.2.5, but there doesn’t appear to be any sign of Messages in iCloud, which Apple first showcased at WWDC over the summer.
If anything of note pops up in the latest beta, we’ll be sure to let you know.