You’d think this late in the game Apple would have iOS 12 under control, but that’s just not the case. The Cupertino company on Friday released an update that fixes an annoying pop-up that incessantly prompted iOS 12 beta testers to update their software.
The issue appeared to be widespread among beta testers, which is likely why Apple released a new update so quickly. Hopefully, Apple has everything under control, seeing as the software’s public launch is right around the corner.
For those who have yet to give iOS 12 a try, the software introduces several new features, including grouped notifications, Memoji, and Screen Time, the latter of which is designed to encourage users to spend less time using their iPhone.
Unfortunately, group FaceTime will not be supported at launch though Apple promised the feature will launch in the fall.
Before iOS 12 officially becomes available, Apple is planning to hold an event on September 12, where the company is widely expected to introduce three new iPhone models, as well as a new Apple Watch.