Apple has gone ahead and seeded the second beta of iOS 11.2, watchOS 4.2, tvOS 11.2 and macOS 10.13.2.
Although these updates would have zero-to-none user-facing changes, it’s important for users to know what exactly comes with these upgrades. For iOS 11.2, suers get a fix for the input lag that was present in the Calculator application, a fix for the flicking Apple Logo upon boot up and support for SiriKit for the HomePod. Older iPhone owners get the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus wallpapers in this update, and a few new Emoji’s.
For watchOS 4.2, there’s a new shortcut button for BlueTooth devices when playing audio, tweaked emoji’s and various other bug fixes and improvements.
For tvOS 11.2, Apple has improved the media experience for Apple TV 4K by adding the ability to match the native frame rate and dynamic range of what you’re watching. This makes everything look much better, and you can find this option in Settings.
For macOS 10.13, it’s the same story – no user-facing upgrades or anything new so far to be honest. But we’ll keep you posted on what we find.
Stay tuned for more!