Apple has released the seventh beta of iOS 11.2.5 to developers. The new beta comes just two days after the sixth beta was released.
Last week, Apple released iOS 11.2.2 addressing the “Spectre” bug.
Not much has changed with the newest beta. At this point, Apple usually focuses on refining the backend rather than introducing major new features. Past betas have added features giving Siri the ability to play podcasts and relay the news through voice commands. This is likely connected with the upcoming release of the HomePod.
Developers and public beta testers can download the latest beta by going into the settings of an iOS device and check for the software upgrade.