As the public Beta version of iOS 12 is released, here is a round-up of all the latest news about the latest version of our iPhone and iPad operating system, due for full release in the autumn.
iOS 12 makes apps faster and more responsive, while giving you more ways to connect, more personalisation and more to look forward to.
Apple released the public preview of iOS 12 on Monday evening, which means you can already try some of the new features that will hit iPhones and iPads sometime this fall. The public preview is a little buggy and doesn't yet include everything that will be included in the full launch, but there's already a lot you can test out on your own.
iOS 12, the next version of iOS - the operating system that runs on all iPhones and iPads - will hit Apple devices in the autumn of 2018, and we saw a preview of it at WWDC 2018 on 4 June.
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This is your opportunity to get a glimpse of the future of iOS. Apple just released the first public beta of iOS 12, the next major version of the operating system for iPhone and iPad. Unlike developer betas, everyone can download it without a $99 developer account. But don't forget, it's a beta.
As a member of the Apple Beta Software Program, you'll be able to enroll your devices to access the public betas and try out the latest features. You can provide feedback directly to Apple using the Feedback Assistant app.