The second beta for iOS 11.2.5 was released by Apple on Tuesday, just a few days after the first beta hit. So far, no significant features have been discovered in the newly introduced software, so it’s very likely Apple’s goal is to squash any lingering bugs and enhance the software.
With Apple Pay Cash arriving with iOS 11.2, users are still awaiting the release of iCloud Messages, which was first detailed at WWDC over the summer. The feature will give iMessage users a more seamless and synced experience between their different Apple devices.
If anything noteworthy pops up in the newest beta, we’ll be sure to bring it to your attention. For now, users can update their device to iOS 11.2.1, which introduced a fix for a scary HomeKit vulnerability.