Apple Releases First Developer Beta Of iOS 12.2, macOS 10.14.4, watchOS 5.2, And tvOS 12.2

Apple has released the first beta of its upcoming iOS 12.2, macOS 10.14.4, watchOS 5.2, and tvOS 12.2 update to developers. As always, these betas are available for download if you installed Apple's developer beta configuration profile, which can be requested by Going to Apple's Developer Center.

For iOS 12.2, Apple expands the availability of Apple News to Canada in both English and French. In addition. several tweaks are also being discovered, such as the support for TVs in HomeKit, an updated AirPlay icon, redesigned TV Remote interface in Control Center, a new option to Add Money to Apple Pay Cash, Safari will displays Not Secure when visiting websites without Https encryption.

For macOS 10.14.4, Apple is also making its Apple News available to Mac users in Canada, so now you can use the News app on your Mac as well. The update also includes support for automatic dark mode themes in Safari, meaning when you visit a website that offers a dark mode, the webpage will be turned into dark automatically.

Otherwise, we don't expect Apple introduce any new features to watchOS 5.2 (possible) and tvOS 12.2, it's most likely another update focus on bug fixes and speed improvements. 
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