From the Applevis Newsletter
Apple Releases iOS 11.2; Bringing Many Fixes for Braille and VoiceOver Users December 2, 2017
Apple has today released iOS 11.2, which brings a number of fixes; enhancements; and changes for blind and low vision users.
This release appears to have been rushed out by Apple to address a rather nasty bug related to some notifications generated after 12:15 a.m. local time on December 2 causing devices to enter a soft reset loop. AppleInsider has more on this bug.
When using a braille display or braille keyboard for text input, the translator now recognizes all characters if you type quickly.
Braille focus and jumping issues appear to be resolved.
The Braille Screen Input cursor is now placed in the correct location in text views.
Braille focus will now follow finger when touching in iBooks.
Siri voices will no longer be deleted when downloaded for VoiceOver usage.
There is once again a sound effect played when using the volume up/down buttons to change the volume level.
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