Earlier today, Apple released iOS 12 beta 11 for both developers and an equivalent version for Public beta testers. As we have already hit beta 11, we’re nearing the final golden master release, which is the final release provided for developers, ahead of its public release.
What’s new in iOS 12 beta 11? YouTube channel EverythingApplePro has shared a breakdown of some minor feature changes in this version.
For those with multiple Homepod speakers, there’s now a default volume position at about 65 per cent or so. Also, when you connect to multiple Homepods, the slider will auto-align with other speakers, once you position the slider to about the same volume.
Other changes include for older non-3D Touch iPhone models, 3D Touch features are being added, such as the ability to tap and hold to clear notifications in Notification Center.
The latest beta also now lets users see all apps made by a developer in the App Store, when previously it did not, while California has new and improved maps within Apple Maps.
As for Geekbench scores, the iPhone X multi-core score dipped slightly to 10275 compared to beta 10, which saw an all-time high of over 10600 multi-core. Performance on older devices such as iPhone 5s remained very good with this latest beta.
Check out all the features visualized in the video below: