Here are iOS 11.2.5 beta 1 changes, official release notes and changelog details that you may want to know about.

As you may already know by now, Apple dropped iOS 11.2.5 beta 1 for developers earlier today. This seed comes only few days after iOS 11.2 release, and few hours after iOS 11.2.1 release.

So what’s so special or new about this release? Well, to start with, there doesn’t appear to be anything groundbreaking here. If Apple’s official release notes of iOS 11.2.5 are anything to go by, iOS 11.2.5 appears to be mainly a bug fix release which includes security patches and under-the-hood improvements to make overall experience better than before.

iOS 11.2 in comparison packed new static and live wallpapers from iPhone X marketing material, fixes Calculator bug where it showed wrong answer when adding two numbers quickly, AirPlay 2 feature on Lock screen, introductory pricing for auto-renewable subscriptions, 7.5W fast wireless charging for iPhone X, 8, 8 Plus, and much more. While the initial betas of iOS 11.2 skipped on the previously announced Apple Pay Cash feature, starting from beta 2 and continued into final version, Apple Pay Cash beta was enabled for those in United States.

iOS 11.2.5 doesn’t appear to have any such features as yet.

You can check out Apple’s official release notes for iOS 11.2.5 beta 1 in full below:

We are of course currently in the process of installing the developer beta 1 on our devices and then will start to dig deep to find if it has anything really new worth reporting about. In the meantime, if you already have managed to install iOS 11.2.5 beta 1 on your test iPhone or iPad device and have noticed something new compared to previous release, don’t forget to share it with everyone in the comments section below.

We will be back with more coverage on iOS 11.2.5 beta 1 soon. Stay tuned to us for more.

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