iOS 12.2 Beta Version Released – New Emojis and Fake 5G Icon in Betadate_range
Apple is beta testing the iOS 12.2 for the users, and they’ve released a new update. The update comes with tons of exciting additions to the operating system. The beta testers using the AT&T service spotted a new yet Fake 5G icons on their beta version. The most significant addition is the fake 5G icon, which replaces the LTE icon on the notification panel, but only for AT&T users. AT&T introduced the 5GE, which is the 4G LTE network but with enhanced coverage and enhanced data speeds. The icon first appeared for Android devices last year, and now it is on the way for iOS devices.
Another exciting addition is the Animojis, which are the animated emojis. The interesting thing in these animojis that they are linked to the FaceID and can mimic your face movements in real-time. Newly added animojis are of a giraffe, a shark, an owl, and a warthog. These emojis mimic your facial movements, and the shark emoji will smile with teeth wide open if you smile while looking at it.
Not just these two additions, the AirPlay widget has been changed and introduced with the new design and animation. On the screen, users will not see the date but know the battery percentage if the mobile is in charging mode. To see the date, users will have to unlock the smartphone or check Apple Watch. This is one small update compared to the first beta. In the first beta, we saw some exciting additions and the code for new iPads, AirPods 2 and many other things. Users can download the update from the settings menu.