Apple has released beta 2 to developers of its flagship operating systems for iOS 12, tvOS 12, macOS 10.14 and watchOS two weeks after its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) where it released the first beta’s to developers.
It’s hard to predict when we’ll see a public beta of the various OS’s this early in the release cycle. It’s more likely that these will appear later in the beta lifecycle as stability increases and Apple lock down features and its UI.
As expected, Beta 2 introduces a number of changes and refinements to the features introduced in the beta 1 releases.
The major change in watchOS 5 beta 2 is that the Walkie-Talkie feature is now available.
Using FaceTime Audio protocols, Walkie-Talkie allows you to select a contact to initiate a conversation with. Once they accept, it’s simply a case of holding down the talk button to chat. The same goes for the person on the other end. Podcasts - now work.
Dolby Atmos support now available within settings: Settings>Video and Audio>Surround Sound>Spatial Audio: Dolby Atmos On
Still no sign of the new Arial screensaver from the International Space Station or the ability for Siri to provide the location of the current Arial screensaver on show.
We’re not currently aware of any notable new features in MacOS 10.14 beta 2.
We’re currently in the process of installing iOS 12 beta 2 and we’ll be bringing you our hands-on of iOS 12 beta 2 shortly.
If your phone is Samsung it will be laggy. Try Nokia or Sony and speak after it.
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