Apple is moving pretty fast nowadays. Lately, the company seeded the final version of iOS 12.1.1. Now, Apple has released the first beta version of iOS 12.1.2 firmware for developers for testing purposes. Those who are registered Apple Developers and have a developer account can simply go to Settings -> General -> Software Update and get the latest beta update over-the-air after accessing the profile from the downloads section of the Apple Developer Center.
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If you don’t have an Apple Developer Account but wish to download the iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1, all you require doing is downloading the iOS beta profile on your iPhone/iPad.In this post, we are going to share the steps with you to download iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1 on iPhone/iPad without a developer account. However, if you choose not to go for the developer version, then you can wait for the public Beta 1 version of iOS 12.1.2 which is expected to come up within a few days. Please note that this Beta 1 version of the latest iOS operating system simply brings in minor bug fixes and performance enhancements.
What’s New in iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1?
As mentioned above, there is no significant addition in iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1. Apple has simply fixed some bugs and addressed certain performance issues. The major update that comes with iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1 is that audio performance is improved in iPad Pro 12.9 inch and iPad Pro 11 inch for those users who tend to utilize 3rd party applications for their audio requirements.
If you want to proceed forward with the download of iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1 developer version then access the OTA Profile from the following link and thereafter download the update over-the-air.
OTA Profile iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1 -> Download.
Should you upgrade to iOS 12.1.2 Beta 1 Developer Version?
Since this is the first developer beta it would, indeed, have its fair share of bugs and errors. Hence, according to us, it is better that you wait for Beta 3 or Beta 4 before proceeding with the upgrade. Alternatively, you can wait for the public beta version to come up. Public versions have got the bugs and issues reported in the developer version fixed.
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