Apple has released new beta versions of its operating systems this afternoon. Note that this time each system has a different number of beta and it is easy to get confused: we have the sixth beta of iOS 12.4, the fifth beta of watchOS 5.3 and the fourth beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.6.
These should be the latest beta versions of these versions of iOS, watchOS and macOS. They are oriented to developers, so if you are one of them and you have any previous beta installed you can upgrade to these new betas in the Settings application as if you were updating a stable iOS.
The iOS that bring us the Apple Card
iOS 12.4 will be the last version of iOS 12 before iOS 13 and iPadOS appear in late September. Your arrival will also mean the arrival of the Apple Card in the United States, since this card needs precisely iOS 12.4 to work.
As always, we recommend that you do not install these beta versions on your daily devices. Remember that they are unstable systems, designed to test and provide feedback to Apple. If you are not completely sure of what you do, it is best to wait for the stable version to appear.
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