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The betas just keep coming. Today Apple released the seventh public beta of iOS 10.2, an update to its latest and greatest iOS 10 mobile operating system. Apple released this beta update to developers today.
It arrives just two days after the sixth public beta. And sure enough, the seventh one appears to be very similar to it, just as the sixth was very similar to the fifth. The SOS emergency feature is still only available in India, the TV app still can’t be restored if you delete it.
But, as reported yesterday, the TV app in the latest iOS 10.2 betas now lets users sign in through more TV providers for use with the Apple TV. Today’s update might very well come with other new features that aren’t so obvious.
No one is saying you have to install this beta. Apple should be rolling out the final version of iOS 10.2 any day now. But if you want to get it early, here’s your chance.
You can get it for free through Apple’s Beta Software Program. If you’re already a member, you should see that the update is available when you go to Settings > General > Software Update, and if you’re not already a member, you can sign up here.
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