Developers can now access the latest iteration of iOS 17.2, as the third beta version has been released. As per the usual protocol, the forthcoming release will soon be accessible to public beta testers, with an estimated timeframe of a few hours to a day. The forthcoming iOS 17 update from Apple has undergone extensive testing since the latter part of the previous month. Currently, the beta phase is in progress, with the third iteration being evaluated.
The latest iteration of the beta update was made available to users last week, introducing a range of enhancements. Notable additions include the introduction of spatial video recording for Vision Pro, providing users with an enhanced video recording experience. Additionally, the Journal app now incorporates suggestions, further enhancing its functionality and usability. These updates are part of an ongoing effort to improve the overall user experience and offer users a more seamless and feature-rich environment. With the impending release of iOS 17.2, users can anticipate several additional modifications in both the upcoming update and potentially in subsequent beta versions.
In addition to the release of iOS 17.2 Beta 3, Apple has also made available iPadOS 17.2 Beta 3, watchOS 10.2 Beta 3, tvOS 17.2 Beta 3, macOS Sonoma 14.2 Beta 3, macOS Ventura 13.6.3 RC3, macOS Monterey 12.7.2 RC3, and visionOS 1.0 Beta 6.
Both iOS 17.2 Beta 3 and iPadOS 17.2 Beta 3 share the identical build number, which is 21C5046c. Based on the observed build number, it appears that there may be several additional beta builds in the pipeline. The size of the third beta release is approximately 600MB, although this may vary depending on the specific model of your device and the previous update you are transitioning from.
Regarding the topic of changes, I am currently in the process of verifying the presence of any available changes. After identifying all modifications, they will be appended to the list provided below.
How to get iOS 17.2 Beta 3 update
The iOS 17.2 Beta 3 is currently available to developers, and soon it will be available to Public beta testers. If you already on second beta on enabled beta update on your iPhone, you will receive the update. To check for the update go to Settings > General > Software Update. Make sure to take backup and charge your iPhone before installing the update.