Apple released public beta 2 for iOS 12.1.3 for iPhones on Wednesday, December 19th. Yes, that's confusing because there was no first beta for iOS 12.1.3, but it's the actual successor to iOS 12.1. 2 Public Beta 1. Apple unexpectedly dropped iOS 12.1.2 to fix major issues, but not all of it was beta, so we'll pick up where we left off.
Thanks to the beta version of Dev we know this The public beta version adds no significant new features or changes to Apple's mobile operating system. Instead, public beta version 2 of iOS 12.1.3 introduces minor, unnamed fixes and security patches that make iOS more robust. Currently, the Release Notes contain only the following items:
Resolved Issues resolved
- Fixed an issue where some VoiceOver UI Elements were inaccessible in the "Electrocardiogram (ECG)" and "Irregular Heartbeat Notification" sections were Health> Health Data> Heart. (46505168)
Core Issues Fixed
- The audio performance of using some third-party apps has improved on iPad Pro 12.9-inch models (3rd generation) and iPad Pro 11-inch models. (46037111)
To upgrade your iPhone to the public beta 2 of iOS 12.1.3, you need a valid public beta configuration profile from Apple. If you have enabled "Automatic Updates" for iOS 12, you can have the software updated overnight. To download the beta version now, start Settings, choose General, and then Software Update. Tap "Download and Install" and follow the instructions on the screen.
Apple's iOS 12.1.3 update will hopefully include new features. The public beta version 12.1.2 did not offer much in addition to the developer beta version features or changes to iOS 12 in total, but the official release contained important fixes for the eSIM support on the iPhone X . S X S Max and X R .