Apple busts out new betas for its old software

Apple Releases Second Betas of iOS 11.4.1, tvOS 11.4.1, macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 [Download]

Apple has released iOS 11.4.1 beta 2, tvOS 11.4.1 beta 2, and macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 beta 2 to developers for testing. The second beta arrives two weeks after the company seeded the first beta.

To install the build, head over to the "Updates" tab in the App Store and check for updates. You can install iOS 11.4.1 beta 2 as an over-the-air update if you have the proper installation profile added to your iPhone.

You need an Apple developer account to download and install developer beta versions of iOS. The update focuses on making the iPhone and iPad as stable as possible before all focus goes to iOS 12. This update is most likely to fix any bugs and bring performance improvements.

So far, there hasn't been any noticeable changes spotted in the new beta but we'll let you know if we find anything down the line. You'll want to keep an eye out for new betas next Monday.

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