My iPhone XS has installed the 12.1 beta with no profiles installed. What?!? I put the iOS 12 GM build on my iPhone X. It was the only version of iOS 12 I’ve put on it. After a while I think it started prompting me for 12.1. I wasn’t interested in that so I removed the beta profile and turned off automatic updates. It has prompted me some since then but I figured it would go away once 12.0.1 comes out. My iPhone XS arrived on launch day. I restored from backup. Everything has been fine for a week. Then suddenly it’s asking me to install the 12.1 beta and didn’t give me any option other than immediately or tonight. I tried locking and unlocking to escape, but that only gave me a few seconds until it popped up again. This gave me time to quickly open the settings. Automatic updates are off and no profiles are installed. At this point it’s important to note that my XS is not running the GM because there was no GM for the XS. It supports the new depth control and the GM doesn’t support editing those on previous iPhone models (it wasn’t in the GM to avoid spoilers). So I’m locked into either updating now or tonight. No other option. When I put my passcode in wrong several times for tonight it just locks me out. When I try to disagree with the user agreement it closes and then prompts me again. I can’t escape the prompt! So I tapped now hoping it would go away because surely it wouldn’t install without a beta profile installed, right? RIGHT?!? Wrong. My XS is now on 12.1 somehow. I hate everything, lol. Anyone else experience this? This kinda sounds like an exploit if you can get software to run without a profile signing off on it. So how can I stop future betas from installing on this thing?