Now that iOS 12 is available in public beta form, the question is should you install it?
This evening, Apple officially released the first public beta of iOS 12 after three weeks of developer testing. This means anyone can download and install the latest iOS version on their iPhone and iPad for free, though it’s still in beta form and does come with some bugs and annoyances.
Are you running the iOS 12 beta (developer or public version) on your iPhone or iPad? If so, what do you think so far? Leave your opinions in the comment section!
iOS 12 includes a host of new improvements for iPhone and iPad users alike. Our own Jeff Benjamin highlighted over 100 new features and changes earlier this month.
Some of the top new features in iOS 12 include grouped notifications, new digital health tools such as Screen Time, a brand new Measure app, new apps and gestures on the iPad, Siri enhancements, and much more.
Read more in the full article: 9to5mac
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