About a week after Monday, Apple has just made available to developers the third beta versions of upcoming updates to three of its operating systems. MacOS Mojave 10.14.1 beta 3 was out yesterday, along with iOS 12.0.1.
Saram today the iOS 12.1 beta 3 (build 16B5077c), the watchOS 5.1 beta 3 (16R5577c) and the tvOS 12.1 beta 3 (16J5593c).
What's new to paint on iOS 12.1 includes Dual SIM support on the XS / XS Max / XR iPhones, Group FaceTime (also on macOS, of course, and even watchOS only on audio) and an option to adjust photo depth before you hit them. There are also references to how Face ID works in landscape mode (something you should paint on new iPads Pro) and Memojis sync via iCloud. Let's hope, too, that the Apple Watch Series 4 ECG will be released (at least in the US) with the release of watchOS 5.1. These updates will also bring more than 70 new emoji to iOS, macOS and watchOS.
If news comes up in these new buildsWe'll let you know.