Therefore, you may want to wait with the iOS 12 beta

Apple | Jul 7, 2018 | Master3395

Many apps do not work.

Yesterday, Apple made the iOS 12 beta available to regular users. While it may be tempting to download the beta to check out the new features, you may want to wait a little.

Be aware of this
For beta, it is a matter of unfinished software and problems may occur. In the comments box under the iOS 12 case, several people comment that BankID is not working properly. At the same time, users of the MacRumors forum have created a long list of apps that work in iOS 12, but also apps that are not working properly. The thread also mentions apps with minor problems and those with major problems.

Under apps that do not work at all, we find popular such as Audible, Fortnite, Skype, Twitter and Waze. While Runkeeper, PUBG and Netflix are apps that have big problems.

Telegram X and Google Maps are two of the apps that have less problems in the iOS 12 beta. Here it is mainly about scaling bubble.

The full list of working and non-working apps in iOS 12 can be found in this thread. It is updated daily, if not more often.

Keywords: Apple, ios, iphone

Sources: MacRumors’ forum

Author: Master3395


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