Apple on Tuesday began seeding the second beta of iOS 12, with bug fixes and performance enhancements among Apple’s primary concern. The new software will allow developers to optimize their apps before the update launches this fall.
Surprisingly, the first beta of iOS 12 has been relatively stable. A number of TechnoBuffalo employees installed the software and haven’t noticed any glaring issues. Battery life and performance have both been reliable and consistent.
However, that doesn’t mean you should go out and install the software, especially if you don’t have any backup devices. Beta software isn’t designed for consumers, and therefore bad things could happen.
When Apple launches iOS 12 this fall, it’ll include a number of big features, including grouped notifications, Memoji, and group FaceTime support. You can read more about what iOS 12 has to offer in the link down below.