Apple have released the seventh developer beta of iOS 12.4 to all developers worldwide. This is following the sixth developer beta which launched yesterday two weeks ago. So far, iOS 12.4 has brought very little new features to the operating system that runs on the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. iOS 12.4 is expected to be released to the public alongside the new Apple Card, the credit card by Apple. You can beta test this firmware by doing the Apple Developer program.
The Apple Developer Program allows you to test pre-release iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS firmwares before it launches to the public in the Fall. The Apple Developer license costs $99 a year, do get a lot more from that price than just access to pre-release software. By gaining a developer license, you are given the ability to publish apps on the App Store and much more.
The update file for iOS 12.4 beta 7 is available currently to download from the Apple Developer portal. Unlike the iOS 13 beta, you are able to update your iOS 12 beta device by either updating from the Software Update in the Settings menu via OTA or you can download the IPSW from the Apple Developer Beta Portal.
The previous developer betas of iOS 12.4 really haven’t featured anything drastically different, so if we find anything new in this update, we’ll be sure to update this post!