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Second beta versions of iOS 12 and tvOS 12 are available for non-developers!

Following the release of the third beta versions of iOS 12, macOS Mojave 10.14, watchOS 5 and tvOS 12, Apple today released the second public beta versions (that is, for those in the developer) of iOS 12 It's from tvOS 12 soon, you should also paint the macOS Mojave 10.14.

Along with the systems, Apple today also released the application for the first time Shortcuts (Shortcuts) obviously, still in testing version. Build 1A13a is available via the TestFlight platform (developers only). If you have the Workflow app installed and want to test the Shortcuts, the old app automatically migrates to the new one.

Public beta versions, as already explained, are available in the Apple Beta Software Program. If you are already part of the program, just look for updates on the devices themselves (iPhones / iPads, Macs and Apple TVs; watchOS 5 is not part of the program). If you are not yet part of the program and wanted to test the versions, just follow the explanations provided by Apple itself on the official page of the program.

Still, it is quite common to see some applications and services crashing in these beta versions. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that, on the contrary: this testing period is just for companies and developers to test their creations and make them compatible with the news, the many APIs that are released together with the new systems.

If you wanted to test, do everything at your own risk. The idea, as always, is to help the company by providing information about performance and possible bugs.

For those who did not follow our coverage, here are their announcement posts:

Recalling that we also already published three image galleries for iOS 12, one for macOS Mojave 10.14 and one for watchOS 5 with the new features of the system:

If you are interested in the subject and are curious to know all the changes, visit the links above! ?

And if you installed the versions and didn't like it, we also show you how to exit the Apple Beta Software Program and run the current stable operating systems again. Check out the articles below:

To those running the betas, share your experiences in the comments!