Apple has been churning out iOS 12 betas at a pretty fast rate lately, and today another update has been released.
iOS 12 beta 11 is now available to registered developers, and Apple has released iOS 12 Public Beta 9 for public testers in the Apple Beta Software Program. If you fall into either category, you can download your new update by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your device.
Apple has said that it’ll release iOS 12 to the public this fall, and it’s possible that the rollout will be timed with the launch of new iPhone hardware, which could happen in late September. Considering that, it’s not surprising to see Apple picking up the pace with its iOS 12 beta releases and working to iron out bugs and improve performance before unleashing iOS 12 on the public.
iOS 12 is the next major update for Apple’s mobile operating system. The update brings new features like grouped notifications to help declutter your lock screen, Do Not Disturb improvements, four new Animoji, and the ability to create your own Animoji using Memoji. Also included is Siri Shortcuts, which lets set up custom voice actions in third-party apps that you can perform using Siri.
For more on iOS 12, check out our hands-on preview right here.