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Apple Releases First iOS 12.1 Beta to Developers (Update)

by Danny Zepeda | September 18, 2018September 18, 2018 11:00 am PST

One day after Apple released iOS 12 to the public, it released the first iOS 12.1 beta to developers, the next major update for the operating system has arrived—albeit in beta.

The update is fairly new so we don’t have many details on what’s included in the update, but it’ll likely serve to clean up the experience of iOS 12. The release might also introduce features that weren’t available in this week’s official release, such as the ability to FaceTime with up to 32 people at once.

Developers can download the first beta update for iOS 12.1 now.

Update: Apple did add Group FaceTime in the first beta of iOS 12.1. However, keep in mind that Apple tends to add and remove features during the beta testing period. It may pull the feature before it seeds iOS 12.1 to the pubic.

Update 2: Apple has seeded out the first iOS 12.1 beta update to public users.

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