People are still focusing on iOS 12 during the current year. Apple has started testing iOS 12.2 with a developer beta release last week just after the last minor update fixed some annoying bugs. Now, anyone can download the iOS 12.2 public beta. People will be able to download the beta over the air on a compatible device when a user registers for Apple’s Beta Software Program.
We’re still a ways off from the iOS 13 because its release date is likely to be 5 months away. The beta of iOS 12.2 shouldn’t be considered as an alternative. Users should back up their device before upgrading to a beta version of an iOS update. 9to5Mac has indicated that we are expecting UI improvements in certain first-party apps: exchanges in the ‘Last Transactions’ section of the Wallet app is easier to see, and you can now toggle Air Quality on in Maps.
There are also richer Siri assets, like an in-line music player. There’s also initial support for AirPlay 2 TVs in the Home app for HomeKit, along with making the Control Center tile for Apple TV Remote work with AirPlay 2 TVs. Apple News is also expanding to Canadian users. The iOS 12.2 is the newly launched developer beta and the latest stable version is iOS 12.1.3. It contains some bug fixes but also creates a few more iOS 12 issues for some people.
The iOS updates are generally positive. You will find 70 new emojis, eSIM support, and Group FaceTime launch as part of iOS 12.1 around the same time the iPad Pro 11 got here. It is in addition to all of the iOS 12 features launched in the month of September. Apple has made its mobile operating system stable competitive in the wake of Google’s Android Pie update and last year’s Google Pixel 3 launch.