Earlier this week, Apple released a version of iOS that was meant only for the iPhone. Now, the company is back with an updated version of that same software.
iOS 12: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and more
Following the public launch of iOS 12.1.2, Apple is moving forward with the next software update to its popular mobile operating system.
As you may have heard by now, Apple and Qualcomm are in a bit of a legal tussle these days, which has led to some pretty drastic turn of events.
Apple started beta testing iOS 12.1.2 not too long ago, but the minor update is now ready for a public launch.
In early December, Apple officially released iOS 12.1.1, along with updates for the other major platforms as well.
Apple recently released iOS 12.1.1 with plenty of bug fixes and other enhancements. The release is aimed at fixing and improving the overall usability of iOS 12 right before the major holiday season. But what about battery life improvements?
Earlier this week, Apple released iOS 12.1.1 for compatible iPhones and iPad. While minor in nature, iOS 12.1.1 enhances a number of existing new features for improved usability. However, if for some reason, if you want to downgrade back to iOS 12.1 after using iOS 12.1.1, follow this guide.
Apple yesterday released iOS 12.1.1 which is probably the last iOS 12 release for this year. Despite being a minor point release, iOS 12.1.1 comes with a number of feature enhancements and bug fixes which are aimed at improving the overall usability of the OS and fix those niggling problems.
With the arrival of iOS 12, Apple introduced Screen Time, a way for iOS users and parents to keep tabs on app usage and time spent on devices.
Along with updates to iOS, macOS, and tvOS, Apple also updated the Siri Shortcuts app to bring some more functionality to the mix, along with plenty of bug fixes.