Apple released the iOS 11.2 beta 4 for developer users after releasing iOS 11.1.2 to public for 1 day. There are no significant changes in this new public beta, only bug fixes. However, some old issues on the former software versions are still remained, such as app unresponsive, weather widget broken or visual voicemail missing. If you don’t like this version, you can just downgrade iOS 11.2 beta 4 to iOS 11.1.2/11.1.1 or other former versions.
Downgrading iOS is using iTunes is the common methods, but the steps are pretty tedious if you haven’t created any backups. With Tenorshare ReiBoot, an easy iOS system caring tool, you can easily delete iOS 11.2 beta 4 and install the latest iOS 11.1.2 with simple clicks. Moreover, you are also allowed to import a specific iOS firmware you’ve already downloaded and install on your iPhone. Download Tenorshare ReiBoot on your PC or Mac and then follow the video tutorial to delete iOS 11.2 beta 4 on iPhone easily.
The video above shows you how to uninstall iOS 11.2 beta 4 with detailed steps and I believe you have downgraded iPhone successfully. If you have other questions about this post or the software, leave us a message in the comment part.