iOS 12 beta is ‘spamming’ notifications about a non-existent update

Salud de la batería sale de su fase de pruebas y otros cambios en la beta de iOS 12.

If you are in the iOS 12 betas program and have the latest version installed, don’t be alarmed. There is no beta update available . As we have seen on several devices, iOS is alerting users to a non-existent update via a pop-up . The problem is that this notification appears every time the iPhone or iPad is unlocked.

iOS 12 beta is ‘spamming’ notifications about a non-existent update
iOS 12 beta is ‘spamming’ notifications about a non-existent update

This morning, while you were unlocking your iPhone for the first time, you may have gone through the iOS software update if you are in the betas program . However, when you go to the corresponding Settings, you will see that there are none. And that’s right. The system is reporting a ghost update and does so every time we unlock the device. Which is a problem.

According to the developer Guilherme Rambo, is a bug in the calculation of the expiry date of the current build of iOS 12. Apparently, the system believes that it is about to expire and therefore warns the user of the existence of this phantom iOS 12 update.

Fortunately, this is a problem that only affects users of the iOS 12 betas program . Although that means that there are 4 million potentially affected users. At the moment there is no solution available. We will have to wait for Apple to fix it, maybe with a new version of the iOS 12 beta.

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