Downloading the beta version of the iOS 12 is fast becoming more of a blessing than a curse with its faster and smoother performance.
Apple has recently released its highly-anticipated iOS12 for both iPhone and iPad. And those who have availed of the public seeding of this beta version cannot help but gush over the newest iOS.
“Ahead of the debut of iOS 12, rumors suggested Apple had shelved several features in order to focus on performance and reliability. That turned out to be true, and Apple says that it has worked to make iOS 12 fast and efficient on all devices, including older iPhones and iPads,” MacRumors said in its report.
But apart from doubling down on its performance, iOS12 also launched new impressive features – and it is reportedly working amazingly to any device running on an iOS 11.
For one, MacRumors reported that Apple has introduced a customizable Animoji called Memoji. This new feature will allow you to come up with emojis that look like you.
There are also apps such as Voice Memos and iBooks (now Apple Books), which have been given a revamped, new look.
If you are trying to limit your screentime, Apple has also built a feature that provides its users how much time you have spent in apps, how long you have been using your phone, among others.
Still, despite its seemingly smooth-running operations, anyone who is working on a beta version knows that there are still bumps and glitches along the way. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be launched as a beta.
The NextWeb said frustrating glitches, though fairly minimal, include: incorrect data in Maps, CarPlay crashes, and dropped calls on FaceTime.
“Even crazier is the fact that we’ve been using iOS 12 since the very first developer beta was released in early June, and we have yet to experience a single app crash or any major issue. It’s that good,” BGR said.
The iOS 12 will officially be out later this year.
If you want to try the iOS 12 beta, go ahead and enroll here: beta.apple.com.
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