The iOS 12 launch is less than two weeks away. Of course, everyone is rushing to prepare for the big event and fans are happy to finally get their chance to get the latest mobile platform on their devices. However, nobody is probably more excited than the IOS itself. IOS 12 beta testers report that the system repeatedly tells them to update their beta version to a new iOS version. Except, as mentioned, iOS 12 is still two weeks away.
It may sound, but it proves to be an annoying problem for the brave minds who took pain to ensure the quality of the final iOS 12 release. Now every time they unlock the screen, they are welcomed by a notice that they must reject each time before they can use the device.
Of course, it's a mistake. According to 9to5macs Guilherme Rambo, there's something terribly wrong with Springboard, iOS & home screen manager. It has a function to calculate if a current iOS construction is about to expire and displays the alert to remind users. Unfortunately, the problem is that iOS 1
The only recruitment tests have for now to reject the notice. Each time they unlock the screen. As with anyone who does dozens of times every day, it can be difficult. Hopefully, Apple will push an actual existing ASAP update to set this message. At least until September 12th.