Apple on Monday seeded the first public betas of iOS 12.2, macOS 10.14.4 and tvOS 12.2. Users registered with Apple’s public beta testing program can install the updates via each platform’s respective OTA mechanism.
Public betas are generally identical to developer betas, which we saw hit the Dev Center last week. A number of changes and interesting tidbits were found in those betas, including Apple News expansion to Canada, the addition of support for HomeKit TVs, a redesigned Remote widget in Control Center and some small tweaks to the Wallet app.
There were also hints discovered in the code of unannounced devices like new iPads and even a new iPod touch.
Nevertheless, we are installing today’s public betas and will be sure to report back if we find anything of note. And as always, if you spot something significant we’ve missed, tell us about it down in the comments section below!