But you could always want to dial the software back to iOS 11.4, which is Apple's newest final iOS release for the public. Unlike the developer betas, which can have major bugs that interfere with core features, Apple's public betas are generally more stable (but not completely bug-free). The company will likely update the beta software a few times between now and the official release, so be sure to keep an eye out for those as well.
iOS 12 will be released later this year following the launch of this years iPhones in September and will be available for the iPhone 5s or later, iPad mini 2 or later, iPad Air or later and the 6th generation iPod touch.
With iOS 12, you can expect faster and responsive performance, better notification management, screen time tracking, support for up to 32 people on FaceTime and better privacy features on Safari.
Apple's iOS 12 update is ready for testing.
How to download: To get started, head to beta.apple.com and get an early access account using the same information you use to sign into the App Store.
The beta versions of the software are not recommended for a user's primary Apple devices, as they may contain bugs which can lead to the software not functioning optimally. Those shortcuts can be used in any app, finally allowing a whole range of apps to interact with Siri.
Screen Time, see how long you use your device and for what. Though Apple was able to polish out quite some things in its latest release but the software is still in its infancy.
Apple has run a Switch to iPhone campaign for years and offers a Move to iOS app for Android switches in the Google Play Store. If you have an iPhone X, there are a couple of extra things for you to try - namely "Memoji", emoji that you can create.
Apple didn't stop there, and added new power features as well.