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    Apple launches iOS 12.3 beta to developers for iPhone and iPad

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    Just a few days earlier, Apple released the final iOS 12.2 for iPhone and iPad with lot more features like Apple News Subscription, new Animojis’, Apple Card and more.

    Now Apple again seeds the iOS 12.3 beta with a build number 16F5117h for the developer for testing.

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    Downloading and Installing iOS 12.3 beta 

    iOS 12.3 beta is available for download to the registered developer’s via OTA over-the-air from iOS settings app running the previous beta or you can also download iOS 12.3 Beta through Apple’s online developer center and Apple Beta SoftwareProgram whereas iOS 12.3 Public beta will be available soon.

    There are nothing new features spotted on iOS 12.3 beta but we will be updating in the next post.

    Compatible devices for iOS 12

    Stay with us on FacebookTwitterGoogle+, or RSS and also on Apple News for more updates.

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