Apple released the second developer beta for iOS 11.4.1 on Monday, June 11th. The company released the update 12 days after the release of the first 11.4.1 beta release on May 30th. The first beta did not bring any new features for iOS 11, just bugfixes and stability updates, and beta 2 seems to be the same case.
While the Beta 2 installation screen lists "bug fixes and enhancements," as does Beta 1, there is no indication of what they are. Apple's update release notes also contain no known or resolved issues. So what these 11.4.1 betas actually contain is an assumption. We'll continue to work on this latest beta to see if there's anything worth noting and we'll update you if we find something.
You can download the iOS 1
While it is true that all known issues with beta 1 are most likely be taken over in this update, but there are many reasons to make the leap to beta 2. The main reason is security – if Apple detects vulnerabilities with Beta 1, this software is now less secure than Beta 2. We recommend that you upgrade as soon as possible when you actually run the beta version.
So far, iOS 11.4.1 is far from the most interesting iOS beta version yet. iOS 12 is currently beta testing as it takes iPhone performance to a new level. Users who adopted the platform noticed Apple for its improvements from the official version of iOS 11, apart from the bugs and glitches that are expected of any beta software.
It's not just the performance boost. The new iOS 12 software offers notification grouping, new and improved Animojis, Memojis and even a secret lock screen weather widget. This is just the tip of the iceberg – see the list below for more information about what's new in iOS 12.