What’s the new features of iOS 12.1.1 beta?
As is the theme with all of these updates, iOS 12.1.1 is mostly focused on under-the-hood improvements rather than bringing outright new features. The new software is primarily meant to address any lingering bugs and issues behind-the-scenes, adding bug fixes and performance enhancements. That being said, we have noticed in the betas that you can once again take Live Photos while on FaceTime calls, and there are other improvements to FaceTime’s UI. It also expands the Haptic Touch feature for the iPhone XR.
Where can I install iOS 12.1.1 beta?
Members of Apple’s developer program can install beta 3 of iOS 12.1.1 via their respective OTA updates, or they can be downloaded from the develop center.
What should I do before I upgrade to iOS 12.1.1?
- Check compatibility
- Create a backup
- Know your passcode
- Have your Apple ID ready
How to avoid losing data after an update to iOS 12.1.1 beta?
Data loss is risk threaten our normal work and life. In order to avoid the unnecessary loss, we have to do something for it. Thus we should take some special measure to prevent iPhone data loss. iFonebox is such a kind savior. As we all know, iTunes generates a backup file automatically when you sync your device with it. With the help of iFonebox, you’re allowed to selectively transfer almost all file types to your computer. It works well with a large variety of iOS device running different operating systems, including iPhone XS, iPhone XR, iPhone XS Max.
Is it possible to get lost data back after I update to iOS 12.1.1 beta?
An accidental deletion is quite a common occurrence in our daily life. If you’ve synced your iPhone via iTunes or iCloud on your PC or Mac before losing your contacts, you can also recover your previous contacts by extracting the iTunes or iCloud backup. However, fortune is fickle. If you never backed your device before, iFonebox may help you get missing data back as long as they’re not wiped by new data. If you have an available backup, it also capable of detecting and extracting whatever you want from it without restoring the entire backup file.