While iOS 13 is not yet ready for public beta testing, Apple is still testing iOS 12.4 and you can now install on your iPhone. The latest release, iOS 12.4 Public Beta 4, was released on June 12, the day after the developer release.
Since the release of iOS 12.4 Developer Beta 4 on June 11, the day before, we already know what's in the public beta 4, and that would be a solution to a problem with the Leaks tool for iOS 12.2 and higher.
If you're not a developer, you probably will not benefit from this fix. Nevertheless, it can be assumed that Apple has also taken the time to add more minor bug fixes to get a more stable version of iOS 1
- The SDK for iOS 12.2 supports the development of iOS apps for iPhone and iPad or iPod touch devices running iOS 12.4. The SDK ships with Xcode 10.2.1, available on the Mac App Store. For Xcode 10.2.1 compatibility requirements, see the Xcode 10.2.1 Release Notes.
Tools – Resolved Issues
- Fixed an issue where running an app in iOS 12.2 or later under the "Leaks" tool resulted in random numbers of false-positive leaks for each leak check after the first in a given run , This problem may still occur in simulator or macOS apps if you are using Xcode 10.2 or later instruments. (48549361)
Apart from this instrument fix, iOS 12.4 primarily aims to introduce Apple Card – Apple's upcoming credit card – to the masses. While the beta software is designed for use with the Apple Pay-ready card, only selected users can currently test the card. For the rest of us, we just have to wait until 12.4 is officially deleted because Apple is probably releasing the card at the same time.
To download your iPhone and upgrade to iOS 12.4 Public Beta 4, you must first be a public beta tester with a valid configuration profile. If you have iOS 12 "Automatic Updates" turned on, you can have the software updated overnight. To instantly install, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update -> Download and install and follow the instructions.
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