What’s the new to the iOS 12.1.1 beta?
- The first iOS 12.1.1 beta has the build number 16C5036c. The numbering system for the latest betas suggest it is a minor incremental update in each case, most likely indicating they make small changes for bug fixes and performance improvements, rather than introducing new features.
- You’ll see a FaceTime Live Photo capture feature that Apple removed in iOS 12.0. With FaceTime Live Photo capture, you can take photos during a FaceTime video call. It’s great seeing the somewhat familiar FaceTime interface in the first iOS 12.1.1 beta. Hopefully, the feature remains in the final version when it’s released.
Is it risky to upgrade to iOS beta 12.1.1?
Actually, nothing is known about the contents of each beta at this stage. AppleInsider, and Apple itself, strongly advise beta users to keep from installing the software on “mission-critical” hardware, such as primary devices, due to the potential for data loss, among other possible issues. It is recommended that secondary or non-essential hardware gets used for beta testing.
What should I do to before the upgrade?
Many people complain that they lose all their important WhatsApp messages due to various kinds of reasons like iPhone lost, water damaged, screen damaged, various attack and many other reasons. Hence the regular backups of any important data should be performed before you upgrade your iPhone. You can click here to learn how to flexibly back up your precious data.
How to restore missing data after the update to iOS 12.1.1?
Many iOS users can’t wait to upgrade to iOS 12 beta, and since then, data loss problem has been occurring. We all hate it when our notes or other important data get deleted. Please try to stay positive! A professional third-party tool is definitely the fix for the data loss issue we’d all been experiencing. iFonebox is such a powerful and reliable program which can help you restore disappeared notes after an update to iOS 12 as by scanning your device deeply.
Where I can access it?
It require installing a special Apple configuration profile onto your device which can be obtained from the company’s portal for developers. After the profile has been installed, restart the device and the beta will appear as an over-the-air update through Apple’s Software Update mechanism.