iOS 12 beta 4 was just released for developers this afternoon, this update comes in at about 600 MB (which is quite substantial) with a build number of 16A5327f! So, what’s new?
Coming in at 34 MB with a build number of 15G5077a on the iPhone 7+, this beta is just bug fixes and improvements like the last few (including betas 2,3 and 4) have been. Beta 5 is available for both developer and public beta testers.
Now that iOS 12 has been released for Public beta testing, let’s go through how to sign up for beta testing and how to install it safely.
Coming in with a build number of 16A5308e on the iPhone 6s, this beta brings buttery smooth animations and many UI tweaks. With that being said, let’s check out what’s new!
Coming in at around 170 MB, with a build number of 15G5072a, on the iPhone 7+. This update seems to be a purely under the hood improvements and fixes kind of release. Nevertheless, let’s dive in!
Almost immediately after the reveal of iOS 12 at WWDC, the very first Developer Beta was seeded by Apple. Coming in at around 1.26 GB on the iPhone 6s, with a build number of 16A5288q, this first beta comes packed with much-needed improvements and long-awaited features such as Group Facetime with up to 32 people, new Memoji, added Animoji, Native RAW Photo Editing, Siri Shortcuts, Screen Time management, and so much more! Let’s dive in!
iOS 11.4.1 Developer Beta 1 was released just a day after the official public drop of iOS 11.4. Therefore, it’s obvious Apple is not wasting any time, and is making sure their software is the absolute best it can be. With that being said, what has changed?