Apple released iOS 12 Developer Beta 12 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Friday. This is the second beta of this week. The company also released iOS 12 Public Beta 10. This update seems to have fixed a warning bug that stole notification of "new iOS update". The beta tester began to experience the problem on Thursday.
In other words, there is really a new iOS update right now.
Apple announced iOS 12 at the Worldwide Developer Conference in early June. New iPhone and iPad operating system, better notification center management for automating tasks on your iPhone and iPad, Siri shortcut, additional Animoji, custom design Memoji, Screen Time application usage management, Group FaceTime, ARKit 2 Packs and so on.
As we expect closer to the September release schedule, we expect that the iOS 12 beta release will be short-lived, but in this release we believe it is better to release a bug fix.
To download the beta version of the developer, you need an Apple Developer account. Everyone else can sign up for public beta on Apple's website.
This fall, the official launch of iOS 12 will be released and will be a free upgrade of compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models.