The apple company surprised us this Friday by launching the seventh public beta and for developers of its operating systems. In this way, both developers and beta testers can access the new beta, which in the case of iOS 11.2.5 is responsible for fixing the error that allowed a malicious link to freeze the Messaging application on iOS devices.
At the moment it is not clear what other new features, if any, will come with iOS 11.2.5. So far no major changes have been discovered in the first six beta versions of iOS 11.2.5, so it is possible that this update will focus on bug fixes and security enhancements, in addition to the Siri news update.
If you have already installed any of the previous public betas of any of the three operating systems, you can install these new versions as if it were an update of the system.
Regarding the other updates, it is possible that macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for problems that were not addressed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.2.
The same goes for watchOS 4.2.2 since no external changes were discovered in the first betas of this version.