Apple encourages people with the time and tolerance for mild risk to join its iOS and macOS public beta programs each summer after it announces updates the Worldwide Developer Conference. This year’s batch were remarkably stable and consistent, which offered a great experience.
Even though iOS 12 is officially here, if you’re still in the beta program, you will get beta of iOS 12 updates. For example, Apple recently gave notice that a 12.1 beta would be installed if beta program participants had auto-updates turned on. How to get off this update conveyor belt? Macworld reader Jason wrote in with just that question.
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