Last week, Apple launched the third beta of iOS 11.4.1 along with the beta of tvOS 11.4.1 for Apple TV, only for users who are part of the developer platform. From the date, Apple has not released the corresponding public betas of the same versions something that is especially striking.
A week later, the fourth beta of iOS 11.4.1 and tvOS 11.4.1 have been exclusively for registered developers, leaving users who are part of the public beta program of iOS 11, without any new beta in two weeks. In addition to the betas of iOS 11.4.1 and tvOS 11.4.1, Apple has also released the third beta of tvOS 4.3.2.
And as there are sometimes three without four, Apple has also released a new beta of macOS 10.13.6. All these betas are available directly through the developer center that Apple makes available to this group or via OTA, through the device itself. These new betas for developers do not offer us any new functionality that can be especially noticeable, since Tim Cook’s engineers are focusing on polishing iOS 12, a version that will arrive in its final version in September of this same one.
As of today, Apple has released two betas of iOS 12, two betas exclusively for developers. For now, users of the public betas program have to wait for Apple to put this program into operation for the new versions of the next operating systems, since today, the available program only corresponds to the versions of iOS, tvOS and macOS that Apple launched to the market in September of last year. If you want to try iOS 12 through the public betas program, it is very likely that it will be up and running in a few days.