Public beta testers now have access to the second betas of the upcoming iOS 17.2 and iPadOS 17.2 updates from Apple, giving non-developers a chance to test the software before it is formally released. Two weeks after Apple released the first public betas of iOS 17.2 and iPadOS 17.2, the second round of betas were available to the public.
You may obtain the beta by starting the Settings app, going to the Software Update section, tapping the “Beta Updates” option, and then selecting the iOS 17 or iPadOS 17 Public Beta. On Apple’s beta testing page, registration is required.
With iOS 17.2, the Journal app is a new feature that lets users of iPhones and iPads document their ideas and daily activities. Apple offers inspirational recommendations; journal entries can have audio files, images, location tags, and other features.
Collaborative playlists are now available in Apple Music, allowing you to create playlists that other people may contribute to, and there’s also a Favourites playlist that has all of your favorite music. Stickers can now be used as tap-back reactions in the Messages app, and the iPhone 15 Pro’s Action Button can now be configured to a new Translate function.
There are new Weather and Clock widgets, changes to the TV app, improvements to Message synchronization between devices, new Memoji settings, and more, with the complete list of items we’ve discovered so far accessible in our iOS17.2 beta features article.