iOS 12.4 Beta 3, Beta 2 of watchOS 5.3 and tvOS 12.4 to Developers
Today, Apple has seen fit to release the third beta of its upcoming iOS 12.4 firmware to developers. The new beta arrives two weeks after the company released iOS 12.3 to the general public. Alongside, the company has also released beta 2 of tvOS 12.4 and watchOS 5.3 to developers. If you’re a registered developer, you can install the latest builds right now. Let’s see what the company has added in its latest beta builds.
Beta 3 of iOS 12.4, Beta 2 of tvOS 12.4 and watchOS 5.3 Released to Developers
If you’re interested in installing iOS 12.4 beta 3 on your supported iPhone or iPad, it can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center or via over-the-air. However, do take note that a proper configuration profile is installed from the Developer Center.
Moving on, if you’re interested in installing the second beta of tvOS 12.4, the developer build can be downloaded onto your Apple TV through a profile that is installed using the Xcode software on Mac. Take note that a proper configuration profile is installed.
Lastly, Apple Watch users can install the second watchOS 5.3 beta through the Apple Developer Center. Make sure that a proper configuration profile is installed. On your Apple Watch, navigate to the dedicated Apple Watch app on your iPhone and then head over to General > Software Update. The beta build will be available to you, Simply, follow the steps provided.
At this point in time, it might be too early to ask for what the company might have added in the latest beta builds of iOS 12.4, tvOS 12.4 and watchOS 5.3. It would be wise to wait for the developers to tinker with the latest beta builds and find out what’s new. Moreover, we will update you guys if there is any new addition to the table.
As a side note, iOS 13 screenshots have been leaked showing dark mode and more.
This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the third beta of iOS 12.4 and the second beta of tvOS 12.4 and watchOS 5.3? Do you think Apple might have added a new forward-facing addition? Let us know in the comments.