Apple launched iOS 12 last Monday with important changes to the software interface and faster speeds for your existing iPhone and iPad faster. It’s worth downloading today.
iOS 12 features – and there are many – are join by even more perks thanks to iOS 12.1 beta. You’ll find Memoji, Group Notification, Screen Time and, importantly, better performance for older iPhones.
You don’t need the pricey iPhone XS or XS Max that just launched in stores on Friday to get iOS 12. In fact, the software update make your old iPhone and iPad feel like new. We have a how to download iOS 12 guide for you.
Good news: we can already tell you that Grouped Notifications makes the UI easier to navigate, and Siri Shortcuts are bound to save you time. Bad news: Group FaceTime was delayed to iOS 12.1, which may launch in October along with the iPhone XR release date of October 26.
Apple is making its mobile operating system reliable and competitive with Google’s Android Pie and the Google Pixel 3 that’s coming October 9. That much is obvious. Here’s everything you need to know about iOS 12, whether you’re loading it onto your older iPhone or getting it out of the box with iPhone XS Max.
What’s the difference between the latest phones showcasing iOS? Watch our handy explainer to find out:
Apple is already testing iOS 12.1 beta
Apple launched iOS 12.1 beta for developers on Tuesday, October 18, the day after the initial update came out. The iOS 12.1 public beta launched two days later on Thursday, September 20. They have some important changes.
First, Group FaceTime for up to 32 users is here. We’re also expecting to be able to test dual-SIM iPhone support with iOS 12.1 beta eventually. Of course, any iOS …read more