Apple Releases iOS 12.4 Developer Beta 3
Apple released the third public beta for iOS 12.4 on the afternoon of May 28. The update arrives roughly three hours after Apple published 12.4's third developer beta, and eight days after 12.4 public beta 2. At this time, it seems beta 3 is a minor update for 12.4, which itself is a small upgrade to iOS 12 as a whole. We expect iOS 12.4's shining feature to be Apple Card support.
iOS 12.4 beta 3 comes just eight days after Apple seeded the second beta to developers and the public at the same time. The update prepares iPhones for the launch of Apple Card later this summer, along with packing a bunch of bug fixes and performance improvements.
No major new features or changes are expected in iOS 12.4, suggesting the beta is likely focusing on bug fixes and minor enhancements to the iPhone and iPad operating system.
Eligible iPhone and iPad devices can download the latest iOS 12.4 beta 3 build now from the Software Update mechanism in iOS Settings.
We expect iOS 13 to be the biggest update to iOS since its revamp with iOS 7 in 2013. Features like dark mode have already leaked and even the redesigned reminders app has appeared.
Tune in for our WWDC19 coverage on the 1st of June, where you’ll get much more exciting updates.
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