UPDATE: Included with the iOS 10.2 beta 1 update are new Unicode 9 emoji like a fox, avocado, pancakes, butterfly, shark, and more. There's also new wallpapers, an option for saving last known camera settings, a widget for the Videos app, and a feature that'll automatically notify your emergency contacts when you use the Emergency SOS feature on the iPhone or Apple Watch.
After releasing iOS 10.1.1 to the public earlier today, Apple is now pushing a new beta update to registered developers.
iOS 10.2 beta 1 is now rolling out to members of Apple’s developer program. If that’s you, you can get this update by going to Apple’s Developer Center or by grabbing it over the air if you’ve got the right configuration profile installed on your device.
As for what’s included, we’ll have to wait a bit longer for developers to dig into this update and find out what’s new. Because this is a 10.x update and not a 10.x.x update, though, there could be a new feature or two included. For example, Apple added the iPhone 7 Plus’s Portrait Mode into the iOS 10.1 update that was released earlier this month.
iOS 10.2 beta 1 isn’t yet available to public testers in Apple’s Beta Software Program, but if this is anything like other recent beta releases, that could change in the coming days.