iOS 11.2 is now rolling out for all compatible iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices. The update, which was released earlier than expected, comes with plenty of bug fixes and improvements including support for faster wireless charging on iPhone 8 and iPhone X, improves video camera stabilisation, and more.
Apple has introduced a few new features including Apple Pay Cash which is a peer-to-peer money transfer service now available to users in the USA. Check out the detailed changelog below.
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Over a year ago, back when new devices with iOS began running in 64-bit, we were all laughing about an iPhone bug that happened when one set the time back to anytime before June of 1970. Pay Cash will be available inside the Messages App and users can send the money through iMessages much like Venmo. This facility is only available for users in the USA as of now.
iOS 11.2 also includes new live wallpapers and pop-ups that explain the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth buttons in the new Control Center. The update also comes with various bug fixes and improvements.
The update fixes several issues in the iOS 11.
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Apple also fixes an issue that could cause Mail to appear to be checking for new messages even when a download is complete along with the issue that could cause cleared Mail notifications from Exchange accounts to reappear.
The bug, which is related to notifications from third-party apps, is in iOS 11 and it caused problems as the calendar changed to December 2.
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