Apple on Thursday seeded the fourth beta of iOS 12.1.3 to developers. The release comes just three days after the beta 3 rollout, and registered developers can install the update via the iOS over-the-air mechanism, or through Apple’s Dev Center.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the first iOS 12.1.3 beta to developers. The release comes just days after the company rolled out iOS 12.1.2, which included fixes for eSIM activation and cellular connectivity issues, as well as workarounds for a pair of Qualcomm patents.
If you’re a registered Apple developer, you can now download and test a fourth beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.2. The upcoming software update will bring performance and security improvements, plus bug fixes for any unresolved issues in macOS 10.14.1.
Apple on Thursday seeded new developer betas for its upcoming platform updates. Members of Apple’s developer program can install beta 3 of iOS 12.1.1, macOS 10.14.2 and tvOS 12.1.1, as well as watchOS 5.1.2 beta 2, via their respective OTA updates, or they can be downloaded from the Dev Center.
Following the release of macOS Mojave 10.14.2 beta 2, Apple on Wednesday released new betas to developers for iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.1.1 and watchOS 5.1.2. It’s the second beta for the iOS and tvOS updates, and the first for watchOS.
macOS Mojave has several features that tighten security, including an improved Gatekeeper feature that enforces code signing and verifies downloaded apps before allowing them to run. Today, Apple issued a reminder to developers to get their Mac software notarized so customers have increased confidence that it’s not known malware.
iOS 12.1 includes support for eSIM on the new iPhones, but you’ll need to wait until your carrier flips it on before being able to enjoy the benefits of dual-SIM functionality, like using two different plans and phone numbers at the same time, or keeping your phone line while using a local data plan when traveling.