Following the launch of the new iPad Air 2019 and iPad mini 5, Apple has launched a new batch of betas, specifically the sixth betas for iOS 12.2, watchOS 5.2, tvOS 12.2 and macOS 10.14.4 , with no new developments of note. It is obvious that the development team is saving all the news to highlight for the WWDC 2019 that already has a date set.
In all the betas that we have been able to test in the last weeks of this new update we have hardly noticed any new features to highlight except in the Wallet application where we have seen a small aesthetic change surely thinking in the future. Apple would be considering giving more prominence to this native application with its own credit card but this looks like it will be in the long term.
One of the most aesthetic novelties we have been able to find are the new Animojis, which are undoubtedly extremely funny.
Apart from this slight aesthetic improvement we have only seen how iOS 12.2 is very focused on the intelligent televisions that will start arriving next month with AirPlay 2 support.
In the rest of the operating systems, their corresponding betas have been just as decaffeinated as the iOS one, since there has been hardly anything new except in macOS where in the same way the Casa application is being prepared for the new televisions.
It is more than clear that next week, after the Keynote to be held on March 25 from Apple will give the green light to this update. We say these because the iPad Air 2019 and iPad mini 5 will start arriving in early April with this version of software so they have to be brought forward and released publicly days before and what better time than after a Keynote.
Leave us in the comment box what you think of this beta, do you think it will be the last one? Of course, if we see any news to highlight in this sixth beta we will add it in future updates of the article.