A week after Fridays, Apple has just made available to developers the seventh beta versions of iOS 12 (build 16A5354b), from macOS Mojave 10.14 (18A365a), from watchOS 5 (16R5349a) and the tvOS 12 (16J5349a). Along with them, Apple also made available the sixth beta version of Xcode 10 (10L232m).
It never hurts to repeat: we are just over a month away from the official launch of the aforementioned operating systems for all users, so the moment is now for general improvements and bug fixes. then, we will hardly see news in these and future versions.
They AirPlay2'd Group FaceTime pic.twitter.com/4OkTVV45BZ
– Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) August 13, 2018
I mean, in addition to what Apple itself has already warned: the absence of FaceTime group calling, which was removed from iOS 12 / macOS Mojave 10.14 and will only be back in a future update. Yes, after AirPlay 2 and Messages on iCloud, it was time for FaceTime in a group to win the label ?God knows when it will be released?. ? In the event of any news beyond this, of course, we will notify all of you.
Soon, the new test builds for iOS 12, macOS 10.14 and tvOS 12 should also paint the watchOS as the only system that is not part of public tests in the Apple Beta Software Program.
To those who are already testing, share your experiences on these new builds in the comments below! ?
Update by Rafael Fischmann 08/13/2018 s 17:44
According to 9to5Mac, Apple withdrew the OTA update (over-the-air, that is, over the air) of iOS 12 beta 7 after multiple reports of performance issues. It is still available for download through the Apple Developer portal, because apparently the bug does not manifest itself among those who update via iTunes, using the IPSW file.
Update II, by Rafael Fischmann 08/13/2018 s 18:24
Now iOS 12 beta 7 has actually disappeared even from the Apple Developer portal. A new build is expected to be made available soon by Apple.