Developers participating in the testing program can install the new builds either as an over-the-air update or from the Apple Developer Center to devices already registered in the program. The public beta edition normally surfaces within a handful of days after the launch of the developer version, and can be downloaded from the website for Apple Beta Software Program.
It seems that there will be comparatively few major modifications coming as fraction of iOS 12.1, with the bulk of changes being advancements to what was offered in iOS 12. That being stated, there are still some features in the roll out worth applauding for.
Earlier tested in beta before being removed from the iOS 12 roll out, support for Group FaceTime has re-entered, permitting consumers to perform video calls with almost 32 users simultaneously. Group FaceTime also comprises support for Memoji on top of the high user count with the characters integrated on the users’ faces.
Speaking of OS, Apple earlier launched out its newest OS for Mac desktops and laptops, named as macOS Mojave. The operating system had showcased its Dark Mode along with other functionalities. The Cupertino-located company also advertized the improved security functions for the specific OS edition. But it seems like one of the safety loopholes has made its path into the last edition, as per the researcher and co-founder of Digita Security, Patrick Wardle.
It has been claimed that the new-discovered bug in the lately rolled out OS edition is present in all the gadgets operating on it. Also cited is that the security error can offer others an unauthorized access to consumers’ private info. Apple has not yet offered a comment on this but seeing at the history of rolling out OS updates, it should not take time for the Cupertino-located tech behemoth to launch a tiny macOS update in next couple of days.