Apple has released beta 4 of iOS 12.2, watchOS 5.2, macOS 10.14.4 Mojave and tvOS 12.2. We’ll show you how you can update right now if you’re a developer.
Developers can go ahead and download the fourth beta of Apple’s upcoming software. If you already have iOS 12.2 beta 3 installed then just plug your iPhone or iPad into a power outlet, connect to WiFi, launch Settings > General > Software Update. You’ll see the latest update here for download. Just tap on Download and Install and you’ll be updating your device in no time.
watchOS 5.2 can be downloaded over the air as well. Start off by placing your watch on the magnetic charger, connect to WiFi and then download the update on your iPhone by navigating to Watch > General > Software Update. This may take a while therefore exercise some patience.
The latest macOS update can be downloaded using the Software Update utility in System Preferences whereas beta 4 of tvOS 12.2 can be downloaded by going to Settings > System > Software Update.
t’s highly recommended that you go ahead and update all your devices right now as new updates tend to fix a lot of bugs that may be hindering performance big time. iPhone and iPad users benefit the most from these releases as new software updates fix a lot of crashes and battery related issues.
Those who are looking to try out Apple’s latest software can do so by enrolling themselves in the Apple Developer Program, which costs $99 on an annual basis. This program gives you access to upcoming beta software, allowing you to test drive what’s going to be next big thing before anyone else. Furthermore, if you are not in the mood to spend a dime, then you can take an alternative route as well by signing up for the public beta program, or Beta Software Program, as Apple likes to call it. It is free, and all you have to do is navigate toand sign up there for free using your Apple ID.
If there is anything noteworthy in this release we will definitely highlight it. In the meantime, take the time out to update your devices as soon as possible.