Apple released the first beta of iOS 12.1 last month itself. The first major point release of iOS 12 is expected to come with a number of new features and enhancements and will come ahead of the crucial holiday season starts in the U.S. Wondering when Apple will get around to releasing iOS 12.1 to the public though?
Well, as per carriers and given Apple’s event on October 30th, it is widely expected that the company will release the final build of iOS 12.1 to the public tomorrow itself. This should also coincide with the launch of the new iPad Pro that will likely go up for pre-order after the event and probably hit the stores later in the week.
iOS 12.1 will enable a number of new features on the iPhone XS and iPhone XR. This includes eSIM support and dual-SIM connectivity, group FaceTime calls, and live Depth Control effect. The update will also add support for over 70 new emojis and fix the BeautyGate issues on the iPhone XS series for good. Apple will also release watchOS 5 alongside iOS 12.1 which should enable the ECG feature on the wearable.
Apart from iPad Pro and iOS 12.1, Apple is also expected to unveil new MacBooks and a refreshed Mac Mini at its event tomorrow.
Are you looking forward to the final iOS 12.1 release?