iOS 11.2.5 Beta Download Available with New Improvements and Fixes

Earlier today, Apple gave to designers the third beta version of the soon-to-hit-the-market iOS 11.2.5 update. This comes two weeks after they released the second beta version and three weeks in the wake of launching iOS 11.2.1, an update that presented a settlement for some HomeKit weakness.

Those who have a developer account for Apple can get the iOS 11.2.5 beta from Apple’s Developer Center or over-the-air once the best possible setup profile has been introduced from the Developer Center.

Siri to provide news podcasts anytime

As of the second version of the beta, iOS 11.2.5 incorporates another element that enables Siri to play everyday news podcasts when questioned about the news. Siri will present news shared by The Washington Post as a matter of course, however, you can likewise change to Fox News, CNN, or NPR.

It will also work with Hey Siri or when you want to get some information about the news when utilizing CarPlay or with headphones associated. On the off chance that you enact Siri utilizing the side button or Home button of a gadget, Apple news features will appear, in fact.

What about other features?

It’s not clear what other new features are included, assuming any, into this iOS 11.2.5 beta version. We didn’t find some other detectable changes in the initial two versions of iOS 11.2.5 betas, so it’s conceivable this update concentrates fundamentally on bug being fixed and security upgrades besides the Siri news thing.

And it’s probable we won’t find out about other features until an official public release. Apple should launch an iCloud Messages component that was erased from the iOS 11 operating system, yet there has been no sign of when we can anticipate that iCloud Messages will be a part of this update.


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Costea used to write for Android Community now is focusing his attention to TAJ. He has 2 college degrees, one in Marketing and one in Law department. A journalist by profession, writing for 12 years about latest trends, extremely passionate about juicy tech news and in charge of the tech section category. For tech tips, my email address is costea@terrorismattacks.com

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