Apple iOS 12.1 Update: Apple confirms Group FaceTime and dual-SIM support

Apple iOS 12.1 Exciting Feature Additions

Tech giant company, Apple recently updated its iPhone User Guide for the upcoming release of iOS 12.1, which is quite similar to the previous version created for iOS 12, however, with additional minor changes.

The latest updated version of iOS – iOS 12.1, users will get two significant changes which include Group FaceTime and dual-SIM support for iPhone XS and XR.

Apple just published its updated iPhone User Guide in which the latest added features of iOS 12.1 is mentioned. The user guide which is available for free at Apple Book Store for its users suggests some exciting new features in the upgraded version of the mobile operating system, iOS 12.1 which includes dual-SIM cards support, Group FaceTime, and other enhanced camera features.

Earlier, the new features were first introduced at WWDC, in June and Apple’s iPhone unveiling last month, the exciting Group FaceTime feature allows users to conduct FaceTime video conference calls with up to 32 participants together at one time.

Also, the iOS 12 was earlier slated for a September launch this year which was later postponed to August as the feature returned for testing in the first iOS 12.1 beta distributed to developers last month probably to ensure its inclusion in a final build this fall.

In addition to Group FaceTime, the user guide also mentions dual-SIM functionality for iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max which will go live once the iOS latest update finally releases.

Though the final release date for iOS 12.1 has not been revealed by Apple yet, the beta versions have been in the testing phase since mid-September, and the release date might be announced at a media event scheduled next week, where Apple is expected to unveil its new iPad Pro and Mac hardware.