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Apple's iOS 12 beta is driving everyone crazy

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Apple promised a lot of bells and whistles with its iOS 12 update -- better performance, grouped notifications and the coveted Pixar-like Memojis, for example -- but its pre-launch spiel never mentioned the surprise feature everyone on the public beta is talking about today. Thanks to, presumably, a bug, iPhones are showing update notifications every time you unlock your phone, without an option to actually install the update.

It's not the end of the world, of course -- a quick tap on "close" and the notification disappears -- but it sure is annoying, and doesn't really fill anyone with great hopes for a smooth roll out when the update becomes available generally.

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