After releasing iOS 11.1.2 yesterday, Apple has just seeded iOS 11.2 beta 4 to developers. Here’s how you can download its IPSW file without a developer account.
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What’s new in iOS 11.2 beta 4?
iOS 11.2 beta 4 (15C5110b) Apple has released this update for 41 devices only for paid developers. Apart from that, Apple has also seeded watchOS 4.2 beta 4 (15S5102b) and tvOS 11.2 beta 4.
Just like the previous beta builds, this version, too, focuses on bug fixes and minor improvements. It weighs just 38.6MB on my iPhone 7 plus, which indicates there’s nothing major in this update.
It likely contains bug fixes for iPhone X from yesterday’s release. These fixes weren’t ported to iOS 11.2 up till now.
If you are a registered Apple developer, you can grab the IPSW firmware file from the Apple Developer Center. You can also download the necessary OTA profile for your device.
As always, a public release will be happening a few days from now.
Download iOS 11.2 beta 4 IPSW
The download links are being uploaded right now and will be live within minutes. As soon as they go live, you can come back and download them using the links below.
- iPhone 5s, iPhone SE
- iPhone 6s, iPhone 6
- iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 8, iPhone 7
- iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone X
Should I update?
A hacker may be working on an iOS 11 jailbreak but there’s has been no confirmation as of yet. Needless to say, a jailbreak will naturally be coming out for a stable version instead of a buggy build.
I would recommend staying where you are right now until further jailbreak updates.
A lot of users are reporting better battery life on iOS 11.2 beta versions. Therefore, you can consider upgrading if you want a better battery life.
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