iOS 12.1 is released, adding with Group FaceTime, new emoji, dual-SIM, and more

Apple wasted no time jumping on the first point release of it's latest mobile operating system, releasing the first beta just 24 hours after the release of iOS 12. Now, Apple is ready to release iOS 12.1. It re-introduces Group FaceTime, fixes bugs, adds emojis, and includes a number of hints about new iPads that we may see this fall.

To update your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings > General > Software Update.

What’s in iOS 12.1

Group FaceTime: Apple removed this iOS 12 feature from the iOS 12 beta back in August, and promised it would come in an update to iOS 12 later this year. Apple is now ready to ship the feature, along with a few additional FaceTime features, including: Automatic detection of active speakers, Ringless notification when calling more than one person, and integration into Messages.

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