Apple complicates the weekend for developers by launching the sixth beta of iOS 11.2 and macOS 10.13.2

 iOS 11.2

Nobody has seen it coming. All developers are leaving their jobs, wanting to rest or partying and recover the routine next Monday.

Well, I’m sorry for them, but Apple has other plans. In flat Friday afternoon, the company has released the beta 6 of iOS 11.2 and macOS 10.13.2.

Only three days ago that Apple released beta 5 of the same system, which makes us think that iOS 11.2 is on track to be completed and that all that remains is to polish the latest errors that are detected. Everyone who is in the Apple Developer Program can update from this beta 5 as if it were an update.

The main novelty of iOS 11.2 is Apple Pay Cash, which is already in a fairly extensive testing phase. This person-to-person payment system was announced along with the rest of the iOS 11 news, but it has not started to work yet.

As always, we remind you that these versions of iOS and macOS tests are not designed for everyone. They are unstable, they do not have the stable iOS performance and we do not recommend their installation on everyday devices.