iOS 12 Beta 11 Complete Release Notes From Apple, Here Are The Details

Today is the day when Apple has released its eleventh iOS 12 beta for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch device developers, continuing its weekly barrage ahead of an expected public release in late-September.

To say that Apple is in full flush with the release of iOS 12 betas and the new update is available to download for all registered Apple developers right now. Alongside the eleventh pre-release seed for iOS 12, Apple also released Public Beta 9 for testers, that’s assuming we don’t have a repeat of the iOS 12 beta 7 farce which saw the update pulled shortly after release.

Given the fact that we don’t have any similar issues this time around, it should eventually be safe for developers to update without delay. If you do so can get right down to the important business of making sure that their apps and games all work as they should, which is no mean feat in update session.

Apple already has shared the release notes for iOS 12 beta 11 and you can check them out below.

From reading the official release notes it appears to be the usual array of fixes and, most importantly, new issues to be noted. One thing that does jump out to us is a line which would suggest that localization for iOS 12 is now complete. With another note saying that an issue relating to incorrect languages being displayed is now fixed.

Apart from that, one issue that might be of note to anyone who installs iOS 12 beta 11 on their live device is that Apple Pay may become unavailable. If this happens Apple’s suggested workaround is to simply try again, and if that doesn’t work to restart the device completely.

As we are heading towards the final release of iOS 12, almost anything can happen with a beta release installed. Expect issues here and there and while we’re still hurtling, though.

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