A few weeks after the first developer beta was released, Apple finally pushed the first public beta version of iOS 12, macOS Mojave, and tvOS 12. For those early adopters who are not registered developers can now try out these latest platforms for free.

The so-called beta version was prepared by Apple for users who participated in the "Apple Beta Software Program." Users simply register the program and follow the installation tips to experience their latest beta system. However, Apple also warned that the betas are not stable, so try not to use on your main device.


As a significant update, iOS 12 is jet-packed with features: Group FaceTime, personalized emoji called Memoji and four new Animojis, new Siri Shortcuts that makes life less complicated, Grouped Notifications, Screen Time that checks how much you spend on your phone, and adds limits, and so on.

As for tvOS, it includes the long-awaited support for Dolby Atmos, zero sign-on that's designed for cable subscribers, auto-fill password from your iPhone, and more!

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