Apple announced today that it will be releasing iOS 12.1 tomorrow. The new update will include Group FaceTime, over 70 new emoji characters, Depth Control, dual-SIM for new iPhones, and more.
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Apple has released the fifth developer betas for iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1, and watchOS 5.1 today, introducing no major feature additions except for a slew of improvements and bug fixes.
The fourth developer beta builds for iOS 12.1, watchOS 5.1, and tvOS 12.1 include only a few minor updates generally. The betas are now available from Apple's developer center or via OTA.
Before announcing the second developer and public beta previews of iOS 12.1 today, Apple has introduced dozens of new emoji coming to iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch in the fall.
An upcoming update to iOS 12 is expected to add support for depth of field (DoF) control to the iPhone XS range's camera. With this feature, you'll be able to adjust the DoF while taking a photo.
Earlier this week, Apple released the first developer beta build of iOS 12.1, but some were skeptical without an image for the new iPhone Xs and Xs Max. Today, those images are available.
Apple is releasing the first public beta builds for iOS 12.1 and tvOS 12.1 today; however, if you're buying an iPhone Xs this week, you might want to skip it, as there's no image for the device yet.
The next-generation Apple iPads are supposedly set for debut in October, as suggested by code in iOS 12.1 which contains a reference to "iPad2018Fall." Other rumors suggest it could boast USB Type-C.
Apple today released the first betas for the first minor updates that follow this week's major updates. You can now test out iOS 12.1, watchOS 5.1, and tvOS 12.1- if you're a developer.