As soon as yesterday, iOS 12.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.1 and tvOS 12.1 were released, Apple has started testing its upcoming updates today.
The company has just made available to developers the iOS 12.1.1 beta (build 16C5036c), the macOS Mojave 10.14.2 beta (17G4005 | 16G1704) and the tvOS 12.1.1 beta (16K5035b).
Note that watchOS was left out because its 5.1 release, also released yesterday, had to be taken down after several users had problems with the upgrade. That is, Apple must be working to resolve this possibly on 5.1.1 as quickly as possible.
From the very numbers of these new versions, we cannot expect much more than bug fixes and general enhancements. However, if something relevant arises in them, we will let you know. ?
Update 10/31/2018 s 15:15
At least one thing to improve on iOS 12.1.1: FaceTime interface.
As shown by the 9to5Mac, Apple is making it easy to access the camera switch button (it looks terrible and hidden in iOS 12.0) and has brought back the white button for users who register Live Photos during video calls.
Glad she's listening to the users.
Update II 10/31/2018 s 18:00
For whatever reason the macOS Mojave 10.14.2 beta was taken down by Apple. We'll stay tuned if he returns.
Update III 11/01/2018 s 14:07
O macOS Mojave 10.14.2 beta are now back, but with a different build from those released yesterday: 18C31g.
Update IV 11/01/2018 s 14:25
O iOS 12.1.1 it's the tvOS 12.1.1 They are also now available to Apple Beta Software Program members.
Update V 11/02/2018 s 16:27
Now was the macOS Mojave 10.14.2 that came to the Apple Beta Software Program for anyone interested in testing it.