Developer Suggests iOS 10.2 Beta Likely To Start Pushing Next Week, As iOS 11.1 Public Release Soon

Developers Guilherme Rambo today tweets that he found update notes of iOS 10.2 beta, although the update notes didn't give any details of iOS 11.2 update, it only mentioned that the version will include bug fixes and performance improvements. While Rambo speculates iOS 11.2 beta 1 is likely to start pushing next week. This may also mean that iOS 11.1 will be launch next week.

Apple's iOS 11.1 introduces range of new Unicode 10 emoji characters: crazy face, pie, pretzel, t-rex, vampire, exploding head, face vomiting, shushing face, love you gesture, pie, hedgehog, and more. The beta also returns 3D Touch App Switcher gestures for multitasking, as of built-in keyboard in iOS 11.1 now offers up multiple emoji symbols, and several other small tweaks.

The update also introduces a fix for a Reachability bug that is been present since the release of iOS 11, and a faster unlock animation. As for As for security fixes, the version addresses a serious vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi standard that protects majority of modern Wi-Fi networks. Attackers could exploit weaknesses in WPA2 protocol to decrypt network traffic to sniff out sensitive information.

What we can expect in iOS 11.2 is that Apple much likely (we could be wrong) to includes Apple Pay Cash and person-to-person Apple Pay feature despite its current absence from the iOS 11.1 developer beta. The feature is designed for iMessage users to send and receive money using Apple Pay and a connected debit or credit card, similar to apps like Square Cash or Venmo.

With iPhone X Pre-Order already take place at 12:01 a.m. Pacific Time or 3:01 a.m. Eastern Time on Friday, October 27 in the United States. and iPhone X will be officially ships into customers' hand by November 3, so we are predicting at same time that user will receive iOS 10.1 official version update.

Via MacRumors, Image Credit TrustedReviews

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