Apple on Wednesday released the second beta for iOS 12.1.1, which is meant to shore up the stability and performance of Apple’s software.
The release arrives just over a week after Apple launched iOS 12.1, which brought with it a number of major features, including Group FaceTime and over 70 new emoji.
While the release of iOS 12.1.1 is mostly minor, it does introduce a few new features. You can turn off the physical SIM in favor of the eSIM, for example, and tweak Apple News on the iPad.
Additionally, you can take a Live Photo when on a FaceTime call. The software also includes improvements to FaceTime’s UI, with a bottom bar that now includes quick access buttons.
If anything else appears in Apple’s latest beta, we’ll be sure to let you know.
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