Apple Released Beta 5 Of tvOS 11.2.5 To Developers
Apple has seen fit to release the fifth tvOS 11.2.5 beta to developers for testing purposes. The update comes a week after the company rolled out the fourth beta of tvOS 11.2.5 and almost a month after the company released tvOS 11.2.1. The update fixed the HomeKit vulnerability and featured various under the hood improvements. So what is new in tvOS 11.2.5 beta 5? Let’s dive in to see some more details on the beta firmware update.
Apple Seeds tvOS 11.2.5 Beta 5 To Developers For Testing Purposes
tvOS 11.2.5 is oriented towards the fourth and fifth generation of Apple TV variants. If you own an Apple TV and are willing to try the beta update for yourself, you can do so via a profile which will be installed using the Xcode software. However, do make sure that the profile is properly installed.
If you’re wondering about the new changes or any forward-facing addition that Apple might have added in the update, it’s too early to ask. This is because developers, at this point, might be tinkering with the beta 5 firmware update of tvOS 11.2.5. Henceforth, we will know about the updated feature-list soon.
Nonetheless, we do expect that the tvOS 11.2.5 beta 5 has been incorporated with bug fixes and under the hood performance enhancements. These bug fixes and performance improvements are usual in the firmware updates. Moreover, there was no outward facing featured discovered in the first four developer beta versions as well, so we expect the same from tvOS 11.2.5 beta 5. Nonetheless, we will let you know.
We will let you guys know about the updated things in the firmware as soon as they are discovered. We do expect that tvOS 11.2.5 is a pretty small upgrade in terms of front-facing additions. So there might be no eye-catching features part of the update at all. Nonetheless, final conclusion rests with the results. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details.
This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the new tvOS beta 5 update for developers for testing purposes? Do you think Apple might have added new features to the table? Share your views with us in the comments.