Earlier this week, developers and testers installed iOS 11.2 Developer Beta on their devices. Yesterday was the official launch of the iPhone X on the first day, sources said that Apple will not release a beta version of iOS 11.2 for the iPhone X.
That is, if you run a beta version of iOS 11.2 on your existing iPhone and create an iCloud backup, that backup will not be compatible with iPhone X. New iPhone X users who want to recover from backup need to wait for Apple to release iOS 11.2 or downgrade it to iOS 11.1.
However, Apple has solved this problem. On the 4th of November, Apple released the beta version of iOS 11.2 beta 2 for iPhone X devices this morning, allowing the latest flagship smartphone to be upgraded to the latest developer's beta. Registered developers can download the iOS 11.2 beta 2 system from the Apple Developer Center or directly upgrade the OTA wirelessly by installing the correct configuration file.
Earlier, Apple released the first beta version of iOS 11.2 to developers and public beta users, but did not provide a version of iPhone X for adaptation. With the release of iOS 11.2 Beta for iPhone X, users can install iOS 11.2 backup on iPhone X after upgrading this latest beta.
The iOS 11.2 update fixes an animated vulnerability in the calculator application, causing some numbers and symbols to be ignored on fast typing. This update removes the animation from the calculator application so calculations can be done quickly without having to pause for the correct result when entering numbers.
In addition to the calculator vulnerabilities, iOS 11.2 introduces a brand new play-in option to control Apple TV Control Center content, plus a redesigned emoji emoji for cameras and a newly loaded animation for Live Photos effects.