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Apple releases public betas for iOS 12 and tvOS 12

Signage is displayed during Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, Calif., on Monday, June 4, 2018.

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Developers who regularly build software for Apple's iPhone and iPad hardware now have access to the second pre-release seed of iOS 12, iOS 12 beta 2.

Further, Do Not Disturb's new "bedtime" feature will ensure no Candy Crush notifications wake you up, while support for grouped notifications will reduce the amount of time you're distracted by pop-ups. The point of a beta is to iron out problems.

watchOS 5, Apple's other new operating system, is just for developers right now, and it's likely to stay that way until the official launch. Previously, the beta of iOS 12 was made available for developers. But you could always want to dial the software back to iOS 11.4, which is Apple's newest final iOS release for the public.

How to sign up: To get started, head to beta.apple.com and get an early access account.

The first iOS 12 beta was a lot more stable than I would have anticipated, and it does show that Apple is looking to improve the quality of its software going forward. Anything else to try? This year, Apple focused on overhauling the overall performance of iOS across all supported devices - keep in mind, this goes all the way back to the iPhone 5S. While there weren't many new features to brag on, the main goal of iOS 12 is to breath new life into Apple's older iPhones and iPads while bringing some refinement to their newer devices. For one, it will tell you how often you're picking up your phone throughout the day. You'll also be able to take advantage of some tweaks to some of its built-in apps, like Photos, and see for yourself just how obsessed you are with social media with a new tool for learning about how you use your device.

Apple releases first public beta for iOS 12. Here’s how to get

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