Developer opened their iPhones Wednesday, November 7th to find an update to iOS 12.1.1 beta. Apple seeded developer the first 12.1.1 beta on Halloween, marking a week between it and the second beta. It's a fast update tournament but in line with trends that Apple usually expects at least one week between beta releases.
If earlier releases are some indications, public testers should expect to see an update in their settings later today.
Before downloading and installing the new beta version, relieve your expectations – it seems dev beta 2 is simply a minor update to iOS 12.1.1, which does not offer new features or major changes. Instead, developers should predict bug fixes and security updates, resulting in a more stable version of iOS.
To download and update your iPhone to iOS 1
Overall, iOS 12.1.1 FaceTime improves the user interface and retrieves the Live Photo button in the app, which was removed when iOS 12 came out. There is also a news enhancement for iPad users, the ability to turn off the nano SIM account for dual SIM iPhones and updated Apple Watch icon for Series 4 and VoLTE support for Sprint, as well as a TLS security enhancement for