After rolling out the fourth beta for iOS 10.2 at the beginning of the week, Apple has capped off the week with the release of iOS 10.2 beta 5. The new beta is available to download right now for both developers and public beta testers.
As we’ve discussed during previous beta releases, the highlights of iOS 10.2 are the addition of new Unicode 9.0 emoji, the TV app and some stunning new wallpapers, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the new version of iOS 10.
There are also new sorting options in the Music app (as well as the return of star ratings), the ability to preserve previously used camera settings, a widget for the Videos app, new Screen Effects and an SOS feature to call 911.
If you’d like to know more about the five best features coming to your iPhone when iOS 10.2 finally rolls out to the public, be sure to read our roundup.
Beta testers are still combing through the update in search of new features and changes, but we’ll be sure to update this post as soon as we hear of any major additions to iOS 10.2 in the fifth beta. In the meantime, whether you’re a developer or just a member of Apple’s public beta program, you can download it now.