It was originally released as a developer test version, but is now available for the general public to try before its full release in September.
The first iOS 12 beta was a lot more stable than I would have anticipated, and it does show that Apple is looking to improve the quality of its software going forward.
Next, you'll need to enroll in Apple's beta testing program. The iOS 12 beta runs on iPhone 5S and later, iPad mini 2 and later, and the iPod touch (sixth-gen) and later. Battery and performance might not be up to scratch either.
Before you install the iOS 12 public beta, you should be aware that it's pre-release software.
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You can get an overview of the other new features in tvOS 12 here. Apple recommends you only use the software on test devices. There are also updates to the Stocks app, Siri, Augmented Reality (AR), and iMessage.
As always, Apple's public betas closely follow the release cycle of developer betas.
All you have to do is sign up with Apple to download it onto your phone. For more details, you can check out the FAQ for the beta program. Reboot your device, then head over to the Settings app. The update will be available on all the same devices that received iOS 11.
Once you've installed the update, you'll also get a new "Feedback" app, which you can use to report any bugs you do encounter back to Apple. You can also set your own shortcuts through Apple's new "Workflow" app, so that Siri can take care of several tasks for you with a single command. If you have an iPhone X, there are a couple of extra things for you to try - namely "Memoji", emoji that you can create.