Here are Some of the Changes on the iOS 17.1 Beta 2 Version: Journal App Still Not Available
Apple’s iOS 17.1 Beta 2 has been made available to some of the brand’s iPhone devices. A few changes and updates have also been brought to the second beta version.
Here’s more about it.
iOS 17.1 Beta 2 – Changes
The Cupertino-based tech giant, Apple, officially announced the iOS 17 operating system at the special launch event conducted on the 12th of September 2023, last month, and days later, on the 18th of September, the brand unveiled its latest operating system. The company also revealed a lot about its features, including the devices that will be eligible to receive the iOS 17 operating system.
Now, the beta 2 version of the OS has been rolled out, and a few changes have been brought with respect to its first beta version.
The first notable change is the return of the new ringtones that were taken away in the iOS 17 beta 1. For iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro, and other newer models, the brand has also introduced a few new settings for the Standby mode, which will enable users to customize how the screen of the iPhone device should look when it is turned on and off.
The previous issue in the Home widget where the text extended beyond the view frame has also been fixed in the new beta 2 version of the iOS 17 operating system. Sadly, the Journal app is still not available on the beta 2 version as well and might be delayed a little longer.
To add, the double tap feature has been fixed and is currently working on the watchOS 10.1 beta 2 for Apple’s Watch Ultra 2 and Series 9 devices.