Apple on Tuesday released the second betas of iOS 11.2.5 and watchOS 4.2.2 . Registered developers can install the new betas from Apple’s Developer Center, or by using each platform’s respective over-the-air update mechanism.

The rollout follow yesterday’s macOS 10.13.3 beta 2, which didn’t bring about any user-facing changes. And given that these are also .x releases, we imagine they’ll also be fairly minimal releases with a focus on under-the-hood improvements.

We’re currently installing today’s betas, and as always, we’ll be sure to report back with any new changes. See any notable differences in today’s betas that we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments below!

  • Any word as to whether or not this fixes the current issues some people are having with iPhones losing battery life at ridiculous rates? I’ve seen some people complaining that their phones have been going from fully charged to under 50% in about 5 minutes on twitter and Forbes made it sound like the issue is only getting worse.

    • Joshua The-Legend Wiebe

      This is one of the reasons why it’s a bad idea to update older devices to firmwares that newer devices come preinstalled with.

    • Austin Welch

      I don’t have any issues, currently at 3hrs 25mins on screen time and 8 hrs standby time and am at 60% battery life.

  • Chris

    My battery is working great on my iPhone X but my camera is taking pics that look worse than 3GS ones. Telus is sending me a replacement.. hope it works better.

  • Silently Observing

    Why were there no updates to this article? Longest install ever?