Apple Speeds up iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 Testing, Coming Soon at WWDC
Over the last couple years, the progress of iOS and macOS may not be that big, even iOS 11 has a lot of bugs and flaws, but Apple doesn’t slow the steps to develop new systems. Just on Apr. 19th 2018, 9to5mac reported a news that number of active devices that carry iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 is increasingly showing on the internet, and these devices are apparently used by employees of Apple.
9to5mac has collected the total age views for iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 devices for Safari browsers, which easily found a significant increase in the number of recent figures, and this week has seen the highest peak in history. According to experience over these years, Apple engineers often use with the upcoming release of the operating system to access the web site, to make sure the network connection, it also gives the third party agencies to track the iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 devices.
Our website analytics have recorded a noticeable uptick in Safari browser visits from iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 machines, particularly with bigger spikes just this week.
Actually 9to5mac will track of the access to version system on long-term in every year,as they say,around the fall, Apple begins to sketch out what engineering and design resources should be prioritised for the coming year’s flagship software operating systems. These new firmware identifiers start showing up in our logs from January in the single digits. By March, the number of devices increases significantly well into the hundreds of unique users.
Other news 9to5mac heard that Apple has tested app and website compatibility with the new firmware:
We have also heard from a few developers of top apps who have also seen iOS 12 devices show up in their logs. Apple obviously has to test app and website compatibility with the new firmware. Apple sometimes includes special codepaths in UIKit and AppKit specifically to avoid crashes in the most popular App Store apps, until the developers get a chance to update their app’s codebase.