Since iOS 7, there hasn’t been a major overhaul of iOS except for visual tweaks and performance upgrades. iOS has grown long-in-the-tooth, so “Seriously It’s Time For An Update.”
Two days after Apple released iOS 12.1.3 to the public, the Cupertino company earlier today released iOS 12.2 Beta for developers. In the beta, there’s a new setup card for AirPods, in it, you can enable “Hey, Siri.” Here’s everything we know so far.
Google’s Waze navigation app has started beta testing for the Apple in-car infotainment system ahead of the public release of Apple CarPlay third-party navigation app support for iOS 12.
If you’re a beta user of any operating system launched in the WWDC18 and want to install the public build, you can easily update with just a few steps.
Anyone on iOS 12 Developer beta 11 knows this pop up, “A new iOS update is now available. Please update from the iOS 12 beta.” Thankfully, iOS 12 Developer beta 12 fixed that pesky bug.
Coming in at a mere 70 MB, along with the rest of some of the most recent betas, could this and the lack of major fixes signal we’re nearing the final release of iOS 12?
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.