Apple today released a record-breaking 11th beta of iOS 12. The company has never released so many iOS betas before. Like with previous beta releases in recent times, iOS 12 beta 11 is a relatively minor update and does not bring anything new to the table.
iOS 12: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and more
Apple has been on a roll lately rolling out new iOS 12 betas every few days. After dropping two iOS 12 beta builds last week which many thought was an odd move, Apple has gone ahead and done the same thing this week.
Earlier this week, Apple surprised everyone by releasing the tenth beta of iOS 12. The company had switched to a weekly release cycle but this week, it dropped two betas of the OS.
Grouped Notifications, the feature we’ve been waiting for at least five years, is here. And it’s quite smart. The notifications are grouped contextually. Apple has added a layer of smarts to what it thinks is the right context. So different iMessage threads will be grouped on their own. The contexts can change depending on the time of the day, the app in question and the number of notifications.
Earlier this week, Apple released the ninth beta of iOS 12. Apple has released one new beta of iOS 12 every week for the last three weeks as it looks to squash the remaining bugs in the OS before its final release in September.
Earlier today, Apple released the ninth beta of iOS 12 for developers and public beta testers. With the final public release of iOS 12 just a few weeks away now, the ninth beta is presumably the penultimate beta release of the OS.
Touch ID lets you add 5 different fingerprints for authentication. But for iPhone X, you can only add one face. This was as severely limiting factor if you were used to sharing your device with your significant other, kids or your parents. iOS 12 makes this process slightly simpler. You can now add one more face to Face ID using an unofficial workaround.