This Monday (August 13) Apple released the iOS 12 Developer Beta 7. However, shortly after launching the update, several reports of problems began to emerge on the web, which caused Apple to suspend the version, removing it from its servers.
After the incident, developers eagerly awaited for the release of another version with fixes, and apparently, it has just been released.
We are talking about iOS 12 Beta 8, which arrives with build 16A5357b (Beta 7 was 16A5354b). The system is available to registered developers, and can now be downloaded via the OTA or through the Apple Developer Center.
As it has just been made available, we still do not know if the issues seen in the suspended beta have been completely fixed – possibly yes, but we will need to be tested.
Unfortunately, the version has not yet brought some much-anticipated features, such as the possibility of group calls by FaceTime, something that has been postponed by Apple, and that possibly will come after the release of the final version of the system.