Apple’s latest iOS update comes with some notable new features that may not be obvious to users who haven’t used the software in the past.
The most notable change in iOS 12 is the addition of a new version of the app that’s called “App Store Preview” and allows users to review apps for free on the iOS App Store.
This new app lets users preview apps in the Apple Store, allowing them to view apps from different categories.
The feature is only available for iOS 11 users.
The feature allows users who’ve purchased the iOS 11 beta to preview apps from Apple.
Users can use this feature to see if an app is compatible with their device.
This feature is currently available in the app store for $1.99, but you can pay $1 or more to get the feature for free.
This is a new feature in the iOS 12 update, but it’s something Apple is likely going to push out to users even if they don’t own an Apple Watch.
Apple is also releasing a beta version of iOS 11 with a free preview app, which will let users test apps before they release them.
If you have an Apple TV and you haven’t upgraded to iOS 11 yet, you can get the new preview app for free by going to Settings > General > App Store Preview and installing the iOS 10 beta.
You’ll be prompted to pay $2.99 per app, but if you don’t want to pay, you don “may disable” the preview app feature.