Apple Launches The First Public Beta of iOS 12.2 and These are its Novelties


Last week Apple made available to developers the first beta of iOS 12.2, and three days after the company has released the first public beta of iOS 12.2. This beta also brings small improvements focused on performance and safety has also ratted us launching a new generation of AirPods or new iPad and iPod touch that will be presented shortly.




The first public beta of iOS 12.2 e is available for public beta testers that are registered in the Apple beta program. No doubt this is a great opportunity for you to see with your own eyes the news of future software updates without being a developer.

These are the new features of iOS 12.2 beta 1

If it is true that the news is quite scarce, focusing on small visual touches and especially the solution of bugs.


Specifically, the new features that you will see in this beta version are the following:

  • Initial support for televisions compatible with AirPlay 2 technology. You can watch compatible televisions, presented at CES 2019.
  • The duplicate screen icon in the Control Center has been retouched.
  • The remote control for the Apple TV of the Control Center now also works with the AirPlay 2 compatible televisions and has been redesigned.
  • Apple News arrives in Canada in French and English.
  • Now it's easier to see the last transaction in Wallet.
  • In Apple Maps we can check the air quality at certain points.
  • Improvements in Siri.
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The rest of the public betas of the operating systems have also been released today. Of all these betas, it should be noted that macOS 10.14.4 includes support for the dark mode incompatible webs in Safari.

As you can see, the news is scarce and they invite us to reflect on whether it is worth subscribing to this betas program since we are taking certain risks by being in a beta version.





Leave us in the comment box what do you think of this new beta, do you think that they are leaving everything important for iOS 13?
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