On Friday, Apple seeded out the sixth beta of iOS 11.2 to developers and the fifth beta to public beta testers, which comes a month after the launch of iOS 11 and two weeks after the release of iOS 11.1.2.

The major update will include Apple Pay Cash, which is a peer-to-peer payment feature exclusive to iOS users. The new service will allow users to send and receive money via Messages app. Apple Pay Cash can be sent from a linked debit or credit card, and the received cash can be stored in the Wallet app to make a future purchase or sent to a bank account.

In addition, iOS 11.2 will add new Live wallpapers for the iPhone X, faster wireless charging, a Control Center informational pop-up for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, an introductory pricing option for subscription apps, a new Control Center indicator on the iPhone X and more.

It’s unclear when Apple will release iOS 11.2 to the general public, but we should see the official release soon. As for now, if you’re a developer or public beta tester, you can test out the latest beta by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

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