Apple Releases Third Beta of iOS 18 for Developers

Apple Releases Third Beta of iOS 18 for Developers

Apple has released the third beta of iOS 18 for developers, continuing the beta process that will conclude in September. This version, which precedes the public beta, brings several interesting new features, especially in the keyboard and a new wallpaper.

What's New?

In this third beta of iOS 18, Apple has introduced notable changes, which we detail below:

  1. Keyboard Enhancements: The interface has slightly changed. Emoticons are larger and are mixed with the most used stickers in the recent section.
  2. New Dynamic Wallpaper: A wallpaper available in various colors (yellow, pink, blue, and purple) that combine in this beta to form a dynamic background.
  3. New Dark Mode App Icons: Apple has improved customization options by adding more third-party app icons, such as YouTube, in dark mode.
  4. Changes in the Photos App: The buttons for selecting and searching photos are now always visible.
  5. Updated Maps Icon in Dark Mode.
  6. New Flashlight Interface in the Dynamic Island.
  7. Expanded RCS Support for Messages.

These small improvements are designed to enhance the user experience with the iPhone. The public version of iOS 18 should be arriving soon.

While the public beta of iOS 18 is about to be released, you can install the developer beta by following these steps:

  1. On your iPhone, download the Apple Developer app from the App Store.
  2. Open the app and tap on “Account.”
  3. Select “Sign In.”
  4. Sign in using your usual Apple ID.
  5. Once signed in, go to “Settings” > “General” > “Software Update” on your device, and you will see the beta updates as an option.

Stay tuned for more updates and news about iOS 18, as Apple continues to improve and optimize its mobile operating system to provide the best experience for its users.