Cupertino-based Apple Inc. has reportedly seeded the third beta for its upcoming iOS 11.2.5 update. This means that developers will get the first-hand experience of the update.


The third update came just two weeks after Apple seeded the second beta and three weeks after it released the iOS 11.2. The tech giant said that iOS 11.2 fixes the HomeKit vulnerability and other bugs experienced by Apple iPhone users.


Apple iOS 11.2.5 beta update: What we know so far


With the third beta update, registered developers can now download the iOS 11.2.5 beta through over-the-air if a proper configuration profile was installed from Apple’s Development Center. Or the registered developer can access the update from Apple’s Development Center.


In case you don’t know, the Apple’s beta 2 for iOS 11.2.5 features a Siri’s capability to play daily news podcasts. Apple’s Siri offers news that is shared by The Washington Post. However, Apple users can also select other news sources such as NPR, CNN, and Fox News.


According to Apple, the beta 2’s audio feature can be accessed when an Apple user is using Siri by saying, Hey Siri. Siri can only be invoked when a user is using CarPlay or when a headphone is connected.


Also, Siri can be activated by pressing the side button or Home button of any iPhone. These are the features that we know so far. Apple has yet to disclose other features included in the iOS 11.2.5 beta.


What is certain though is that update will also fix other bugs found in the present iOS platform. Apple users are also expecting security improvements aside from enhancing Siri’s functions.