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Apple iPad users will notice that the "123" number key on the tablet's virtual QWERTY keyboard is back at its pre-iOS 12 location.
Apple is also using iOS 12.1 to unlock the new Depth Control feature that allows a user to change the depth-of-field on an image before it has actually been taken.
The update is only around 100MB and is now available to download on all compatible devices.
To grab the latest updates, head to your devices settings menu, tap General, and then select Software Update.