iOS 11.2 Beta 1 Bug Fixes, Changes and Improvements

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  1. mfender macrumors member

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    #626
    This release is not for the X. It is new for older devices. It was not released Friday for older devices.
     
  2. ajscorpio69 macrumors member

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    #627
    Really, even though it specifically showed "Beta 2" on Friday?
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    Gotcha! Thanks.
     
  3. Chazzle macrumors 6502a

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    #628
    It was not the same as beta 1. It had a higher build number than beta one, was labeled “Developer Beta 2,” and the beta released today has the same build number as the one released on Friday for the X. Basically, iPhone X users got earlier access to beta 2.
     
  4. jhall8 macrumors regular

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    #629
    That’s right. Best way is to check build numbers: 11.2 beta 1: 15C5092b; 11.2 beta 2: 15C5097d.
     
  5. Dontcallmetiger macrumors member

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    #630
    is anyone having issues with signal strength and iMessage? Att iPhone X coming from a 7+, my signal is much worse, showing 4g instead of LTE a lot of places I should have LTE. And trying to send/receive messages isn't working consistently. I tried to send a video and a pic today and had to retry several times. ended up having to restart my phone twice for it to go through.

    edit: disregard, im on beta 2 not 1.
     
  6. csurfr macrumors 6502a

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    #631
    Probably just a carrier update that is needed. My X updated the T-Mo settings within a few minutes of being powered on.
     
  7. Dontcallmetiger macrumors member

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    #632
    I've had it since launch. I think you're right, I just wish there was a way for me to force it to update haha went to general - about but no dice.
     
  8. csurfr macrumors 6502a

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    #633
    Agreed. When I updated my iPhone 7 Plus to iOS 11, it pulled a carrier update, whereas my iPad Pro running on the same network did not. It just happens when it want's to I suppose.
     
  9. sduck macrumors newbie

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    #634
    I have exactly that same problem. I figure it's an unintentional problem, and reported it via the feedback app. Hope they fix it soon!
     
  10. sduck macrumors newbie

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    #635
    ...and it’s fixed in beta 2!
     
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