If Apple stops with the latest tradition, public beta testers can see the third iOS 12.1.1 beta release as soon as today. The company seeded dev beta 3 at 10:00 PDT (1 PM EDT), which means that the public version is most likely on its way. Apple likes to take a short while after a developer released to ensure that beta is good enough to release as a whole, as seen with the entire iOS 12 dev beta 7 debacle.
When public beta 3 is available, testers will instantly see that much has not changed since beta 2. In fact, beta 3 seems to be a minor update, introducing bugfixes and security updates. There are no new features here, but in theory the software should be more stable than public beta 2.
To download and update your iPhone to iOS 12.1.1 public beta 3, you must first sign up for the beta program and have a valid configuration profile. If you have enabled iOS 12's new "Automatic Updates," you can let the software be updated overnight. To download beta right now, start the Settings app, select "General" and then "Software Update." Touch "Download and install" and then follow the screens on the screen.
Aside from minor changes from each beta update, iOS 12.1.1 upgrades the FaceTime interface and returns Live Photo button after deleting it in iOS 12. Additionally updates 12.1.1 News on iPad, dual SIM phones can turn off the nano SIM account, the Apple Watch icon is updated for Series 4, VoLTE support is here for Sprint, as well as the introduction of a TLS security enhancement.