Apple released the fourth public beta version of iOS 12 for public beta testers on Tuesday, July 31, just one day after the company provided the fifth Authorized User Developer Beta. Both versions are surprising, as Apple appeared to be released two weeks after the beta release of iOS 12, and these updates came a day earlier than expected.
This series of iOS 12 updates does not bring many new features, but there are some cool fixes and changes in the mix. The public beta 4 fixes a public beta 3 issue where iPhones could not be re-enabled if they were put to sleep at the lowest brightness setting, and a bug where the data statistics of the cells continually updated. You'll also notice new haptic feedback when trying to run the App Switcher in the background without any apps open.
Public Beta 4 introduces a long list of minor bugfixes and security patches, but also brings new bugs and bugs to deal with problems for users. For an expanded overview of all changes with iOS 1
If you want to upgrade your iPhone to the fourth public beta version of iOS 12, you must be a public tester with one valid configuration profile. If you've enabled iOS 12's new "Automatic Updates," you can have the software updated overnight. To download the new beta version now, open the Settings app, choose General, and then Software Update. Tap on "Download and Install" and follow the instructions on the screen to download and install iOS 12 Public Beta 4.
While iOS 12 promises above all speed and stability for iPhones, the software update also brings many new features with features for fans who want to be thrilled. Notification Grouping, Memojis, AR Meter, Quick Reply Tapbacks, and Siri Shortcuts are among the most anticipated changes in the fall.
Do not miss: 53 Cool new features of iOS 12 you do not know about