Apple iPhone users running the most up-to-date type of iOS 12 beta experienced a difficult past 7 days, owing to an annoying bug in iOS 12 public beta version 9 (developer beta version 11). This bug incessantly showed a pop-up together with the text, “A new iOS update is available. Please update on the iOS 12 beta”, despite there being no actual update. After multiple user reports on social websites, including one from Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey himself, Apple has recently resolved the bug while using latest iOS 12 public beta 10 (developer beta 12) rolling in the market to eligible iPhone variants now. Build number of the update is 16A5366a.

The pop-up bug was spotted after users upgraded to iOS 12 public beta 9. The pop-up would appear all the time the iPhone was unlocked or notification try was pulled down. Together with the latest public beta version 10, however, the issue have been resolved right now. Not one other major bugs or issues have been reported using the public beta.

As for users awaiting the next official build of iOS 12, Apple just posted out to you invites due to its iPhone 2019 on September 12. As has become the situation for majority of the past decade, iOS 12 are going to be released to eligible devices inside of a 7 days on the iPhone announcement. iOS 12 is usually placed on iPhone variants including the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. The upgrade are likewise accessible for ipod itouch (6th gen), iPad mini, 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad 2019, iPad 2019, iPad Pro (10.5), and iPad Pro (12.9).

In related news, Apple has additionally released the tenth developer betas for watchOS 5 and tvOS 12 for the Apple Watch and Apple TV, respectively. A public beta is expected while in the coming few days. Build variety of the watchOS update is 16R5363a, and this within the tvOS update is 16J5364a.


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