Apple released iOS 12 Beta 9 for developers on Monday, August 20. The company just released the update five days after the release of Beta 8 for Tester, which is a quick fix for the troublesome Beta 7. It's likely – but not guaranteed – this public Beta 7 will soon follow the release of Beta 9.
Dev Beta 9 seems to be a very small update last week. Beta 9 fixes only two issues related to localization and introduces only two minor issues: traffic data may not be displayed in maps, and downtime may not work if configured prior to beta 9 development.
To download your iPhone on iOS 12 dev beta 9, you must first be a registered developer with a valid configuration profile. If you've enabled iOS 1
Issues addressed in iOS 12 dev Beta 9 are listed here.
Bugs made by dev Beta 9 are listed here.
Last week Beta-Tester presented a strange turn of events. iOS 12 dev beta 7 released on Monday, August 13, too fast criticism from early adopters complaining about serious performance problems and instability. While reports indicated that these problems would subside after a brief use of the iPhone, Apple pulled the release and restored it as Beta 8 two days later.
Cupertino held public beta 6 back to beta 8 was released. Since this public beta has not yet been released, the company has not renamed it "public beta 7" to match the name change for dev beta 8. Now public testers appear two versions behind developers, although their betas are identical.  Do Not Miss: All the Cool, New Features of iOS 12 You Do not Know