So what's new in iOS 12.2?
As soon as iOS 12.2's beta is available in Canada, this story will be updated.
Security Boulevard has recently announced the Jailbreak PoC for iOS 12 on iPhone X. The official launch of Apple News in Canada is expected sometime this week, with Apple partnering with five news publications at the start. For now, expect UI improvements in certain first-party apps: exchanges in the "Last Transactions" section of the Wallet app are easier to see, and you can now toggle Air Quality on in Maps, according to 9to5Mac.
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The previous version (iOS 12.1.2) introduced a bug that would randomly cut cellular connectivity for some users. We'll also outline some of the best reasons to avoid iOS 12.2 beta. If you're now running iOS 11.0-iOS 12.1 and you move to iOS 12.2 beta, you're permanently stuck with iOS 12.1.1, iOS 12.1.2 and iOS 12.1.3. If you are a fan of jailbreak it's never too late to downgrade it.
If you decide to download the beta and you find an issue on board, make sure you report it to Apple.
If you're sick and exhausted of dealing with iOS bugs and performance issues on your mobile devices, give the iOS 12.2 beta a try on your phone or tablet today.