Apple just seeded the fourth developer beta of iOS 12.2 update to developers. Here’s how you can download and install it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
What’s new in iOS 12.2 Beta 4?
iOS 12.2 Beta 4 comes with a build number of 16E5212f and weighs about 400MB on compatible models.
Owing to its size, the fourth beta version brings bug fixes and improvements without adding any new features.
Although Apple has yet to disclose the changelog, users can expect a fix for LTE connectivity issues present in older versions.
You can get this update directly from the Apple Developer Center. This, however, requires you to possess a paid developer account.
If you are an average user looking to upgrade your iPhone or iPad, download the OTA profile given below.
Alternatively, you can use the IPSW firmware compatible with your device and upgrade via iTunes.
iOS 12.2 Beta 4 Download
Should you upgrade?
Unfortunately, we don’t know whether or not Apple has released a fix for the LTE connectivity problem that was plaguing users on iOS 12.2.
Nonetheless, you should consider updating your device if you were afflicted by this issue.
If you are an avid jailbreaker, stay away from any firmware update and stick to any version below iOS 12.1.2.