The data report indicates that Apple is preparing to test iOS 17.1.2 Focuses on solving various problems, expected to release updates to users next week.
Apple tests iOS 17.1.2, focusing on fixing various problems, expected to release the update next week.
MacRumors reports that Apple is testing iOS 17.1.2, focusing on various fixes, but it’s not known which ones. But one issue that remains in iOS 17.1.1 is issues with Wi-Fi connectivity and HomeKit notifications.
Apple may not release iOS updates, beta updates during Thanksgiving week in the US. Since most employees will have the entire week off, iOS 17.1.2 may release the update next week, similar to iOS 16.1.2, which released the update on Nov. 30, 2022, last year.
Previously, Apple released an update to iOS 17.1.1 that fixed the iPhone 15 wireless charging issue in BMW cars and fixed an issue with the weather widget showing incorrect snow information.
As for iOS 17.2, it is still a testing version. Expected to release the update in December 2023.
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