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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

The third public beta of iOS 11.2 is ready

Apple surprises us by releasing a new beta version of iOS 11.2 today. This release occurs a week after the second public beta and we remember that it is public, so you can access it if you are enrolled in the program. Being a beta version, it may not go completely fine.

Apple has bet heavily on this operating system, which was presented on September 12 and released to the general public on the 19th of the same month. His main novelties were a new Control Center redesigned and more practical , possibility of keyboard for a single hand, Apple Pay and the novel Do not disturb while driving. We went to shelling out the small changes that this beta recently brought out.

Changes of the new version iOS 11.2 beta 3

    New pop-up window of the Control Center for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth management.

Devices compatible with the new beta of iOS 11.2 beta 3

You know, although we remember, that iOS 11 eliminates the possibility of working with 32-bit apps at a stroke, in fact it takes time to notify application developers of the need to update them. These are anyway the devices compatible with this version .

  •     Iphone 5s
  •     Iphone 6
  •     iPhone 6 Plus
  •     iPhone 6S
  •     iPhone 6S Plus
  •     iPhone SE
  •     iPhone 7
  •     iPhone 7 Plus
  •     iPhone 8
  •     iPhone 8 Plus
  •     iPhone X 


  •     iPad Mini 2
  •     iPad Mini 3
  •     iPad Mini 4
  •     iPad (2017)
  •     iPad Air
  •     iPad Air 2
  •     9.7 "iPad Pro
  •     iPad Pro 12.9 "(1st generation)
  •     iPad Pro 10.5 "
  •     iPad Pro 12.9 "(2nd generation) 


    iPod touch (6th generation)

How to access the public beta version

To access this new beta of iOS, you will have to be part of the developer program or Apple's public betas program , and you can download the new beta on your registered devices with the iOS 11 profile.

And you, do you use the beta versions of iOS? We will wait for you.

Via | 9to5mac 

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