Apple today rolled out the fifth iOS 12.4 beta to developers. This will likely be the last beta release of the OS before its public release next month and ahead of the release of Apple Card.
iOS 12: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and more
Another day (as usual, Tuesday), another developer beta released by Apple for iDevices. This time, however, tvOS, macOS or watchOS see no love as only iOS beta gets released.
Late last week, Apple released the bug-fixing iOS 12.3.1 update. It was primarily aimed at fixing some VoLTE and Messages related bugs that made their way into the OS with the iOS 12.3 update. However, it looks like iOS 12.3.1 also brings about a small improvement in battery life on older iPhones.
Apple has released a minor iOS 12.3.1 bug fixing update with fixes for VoLTE and Messages app. iOS 12.3.1 comes almost two weeks after Apple first released iOS 12.3 packing plenty of features and enhancements.
After the release of iOS 12.3 in the last week of April, Apple has now stopped signing iOS 12.2. This means if you have already upgraded to iOS 12.3, you won’t be able to downgrade back to iOS 12.2.
Following the launch of iOS 12.3 to the public, Apple is moving ahead with a new beta for the next update.
The last major iOS 12 update is here. The iOS 12.3 public release brings a whole new TV app and a lot of small changes and bug fixes (and a new annoyance for Apple TV users). Here’s everything that’s new in iOS 12.3 public release.
Apple has been seeding iOS 12.3 for several weeks. Now, the company is officially releasing the new software to the public. With it, the company welcomes its revamped Apple TV app, along with the new Channels feature.