Apple today seeded the second beta version of its upcoming iOS 17.2 and iPadOS 17.2 updates to public beta testers, allowing non-developers to try out the software ahead of release. The second iOS 17.2 and iPadOS 17.2 public beta comes two weeks after Apple released the first public beta.
Public beta testers can get the beta by opening the Settings app, going to the Software Update section, tapping the Beta Update option, and switching to iOS 17 or iPadOS 17 public beta. You’ll need to sign up on Apple’s beta testing website.
iOS 17.2 adds the Journal app, designed to help iPhone and iPad users record their daily activities and thoughts. Apple provides prompts that you can use as inspiration, allowing you to incorporate images, audio recordings, location tags, and more into your diary entries.
Apple Music now offers collaborative playlists, allowing you to create playlists with multiple people. We’ve also added a Favorites playlist with all your favorite music. Stickers can now be used as tapback reactions in the Messages app, the action button on iPhone 15 Pro models can now be set to a new translation feature, and Apple has implemented support for iMessage contact key verification.
There are new weather and clock widgets, adjustments to the TV app, updates to message sync across devices, new Memoji options, and more, and you can find a full list of features available so far in our iOS 17.2 Beta Features article. You can take a look.
iOS 17.2 brings 10 new features to iPhone:
Apple rolled out the first beta version of iOS 17.2 to developers and public beta testers about two weeks ago. This software update includes many new features and changes for iPhone. Below, we highlight 10 of these new features and changes. iOS 17.2 is expected to be generally available in December. Journal App Apple’s new Journal app allows iPhone users to reflect on themselves.
Apple claims the M3 MacBook Pro’s 8GB RAM is “equivalent to 16GB” on a PC
Following last week’s announcement of new MacBook Pro models, Apple has given some people a boost with the introduction of a base 14-inch MacBook Pro powered by the M3 chip, replacing the discontinued M2 13-inch MacBook Pro in Apple’s Mac lineup. surprised me. The 14-inch M3 MacBook Pro starts at $1,599 and comes with 8GB of unified memory. So that’s $300 more than his starting price of $1,299.
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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro equipped with a mini LED display is expected to be discontinued next year.
According to a recent report from Taiwanese research firm TrendForce, Apple plans to discontinue production of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini-LED backlight in 2024, and the tablet will be sold at a reduced price after the release of the rumored 13 models. It has been suggested that he will not remain in the lineup. A -inch iPad Pro with an OLED display will be released next year. TrendForce: Mini LED Notebook shipment volume is estimated as follows:
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