One week after deploying the first iOS 12.1.1 beta, Apple has pushed another beta release out.
iOS 12.1.1 beta 2 is now available to registered developers. If you’ve got a developer account with Apple, you can get this update by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your enrolled device, or by pointing your web browser at Apple’s Developer Center.
The update to iOS 12.1.1 brings back the ability to take a Live Photo while on a FaceTime call. It also includes a refreshed FaceTime user interface with a bottom bar that includes quick access buttons for muting a call and flipping the camera. Sliding up on this bar will show more options, which is a change from the previous UI that had you tap a three-dot menu to bring up additional options. iOS 12.1.1 also lets you turn off your physical SIM card in favor of the eSIM and changes the icon of the Watch app to match the Apple Watch Series 4.
Speaking of the Apple Watch, Apple today also released a watchOS 5.1.2 beta update. It’s unclear what improvements are included with this update, but more details should be revealed with future watchOS 5.1.2 beta releases.