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iOS 12 and tvOS 12 Second Public Beta Released by Apple

Apple has released the second public beta of iOS 12 for compatible iPhone and iPad models. The development comes in little more than a week after the iOS 12 second public beta was released alongside the iOS 12 developers beta 3. The latest public beta version fixes some GPS and CarPlay bugs that were first fixed in the iOS 12 developers beta 3. It also includes some new features like a redesigned Voice Memos app and low power mode indicators. Apple has also released the tvOS 12 public beta alongside the iOS 12 public beta 2.

According to a 9to5Mac report, the second public beta of iOS 12 brings a redesigned Voice Memos app that is built for Apple iPad models. It also includes new features like Activity Stickers in Messages, some tweaks for the notification center and low power mode indicators for battery stats. The Apple iOS 12 public beta 2 also fixes some GPS and CarPlay bugs that many users had reported earlier.

The second iOS 12 public beta will be downloadable on all iPhone and iPad models running on the latest version of Apple iOS 11. If this is the first time that you will be installing the public beta of iOS 12, then you need to register first at the Apple Beta Software Program with your unique Apple ID. The Cupertino based conglomerate has also provided an FAQ section on its website that answers some of your queries. It is recommended to download and install this beta update in a secondary iOS device as it may come with some bugs. Also, you should take a backup of all the data on the device before installing the software to prevent accidental loss of data.

If you have previously installed the iOS 12 first public beta on your iOS device then you can download the second public beta directly by diving to Settings > General > Software Update. It is recommended to take a backup of all the data on your device and also ensure a minimum battery level of 50% before proceeding with the update.

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