Apple has released iOS 12.1.1 for iPhone and iPad today with a handful of notable improvements. The latest software update includes improvements to FaceTime, Haptic Touch on iPhone XR, and more.
Apple today released tvOS 12.1.1, the third update to the tvOS 12 operating system designed for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV models. tvOS 12.1.1 comes three weeks after the launch of tvOS 12.1 and two months after the September launch of tvOS 12.
Apple today has officially stopped signing iOS 12.0.1, which was originally released back at the beginning of October. This means that downgrading from the most recent version of iOS, which is iOS 12.1, is no longer possible.
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Apple on Wednesday released macOS Mojave, tvOS 12.1.1 and iOS 12.1.1 to the public, with the latter update bringing changes to FaceTime calls, additional eSIM support for the 2018 iPhones, and an extension of Haptic Touch on the iPhone XR, among other changes.
Apple has restarted the beta testing cycle once more after its latest batch of public releases, providing developers the first builds of iOS 12.1.2, tvOS 12.1.2, macOS 10.14.3, and watchOS 5.1.3.
Apple today seeded the fourth beta of an upcoming tvOS 12.1.1 update to developers for testing purposes, two weeks after releasing the third tvOS 12.1.1 beta and a month after releasing tvOS 12.1.
Apple has issued another beta in its developer testing program, with users of the Apple TV now able to try out the fourth beta of tvOS 12.1.1.
Apple is quietly shutting down the "Connect" feature on its streaming service Apple Music.
The latest Apple Watch models are getting an update that give them the ability to take an ECG reading, a kind of reading that allows doctors to diagnose heart conditions.
Before the fix, iOS 12 made it harder to switch between your front and rear camera while using FaceTime.
Following the release of iOS 12.1 on October 30, Apple has stopped signing iOS 12.0.1, the previous version of iOS that was available to consumers.