Apple looks to be much hurry in tossing up its OS updates. Last week, Apple released two iOS 12 updates for the developers, and it seems sensible also, as the time for the official release of iOS 12 is coming close.
Apple did roll out beta 7 release for the iOS 12 but was later pulled down due to some technical glitch. To make up for the loss, Apple readily made the beta 8 version available for the developers.
And now, we are contemplating the release of iOS 12 developer beta 9 for iPhone and iPad. The rolled back version of iOS 12 beta 7 did hint at some changes in the Group FaceTime feature, which was earlier expected to accompany the official release of the iOS 12. As the launch is due for next month, the new version of FaceTime may come up as an update later this fall.
Apart from iPhone and iPad, Apple can also fling an update for its watchOS that may infuse a new user interface in the smartwatch.
As soon as the beta 9 version for the iOS 12 rolls out, we will dig in and offer you the insight of the new version and all the features or changes made into it. Till then, have a look at the changes that iOS 12 promises to bring along:
- A faster and more responsive experience: Up to 70 percent faster swipe to Camera, up to 50 percent faster keyboard display, and 2x quicker app launch under the heavy workload.
- Memoji: You will be able to create a Memoji to match your personality and mood. You can also add alter egos to use in Messages and FaceTime.
- Animoji: To add more fun, you will have a koala, tiger, ghost and T. rex.
- Enticing camera effects: The new changes in the camera effects will let you create and share a photo or video with Animoji, Memoji, cool filters, and more.
- Remarkable AR: The new ARKit 2 will make it possible to design more immersive augmented reality experiences.
- Screen Time: This feature will help you to better manage the time spent on apps, visiting websites and on your devices overall.
- Notification management: Much like Screen Time, you will be able to manage your notifications in real time from the Lock screen. Siri also makes intelligent suggestions about your alerts based on how you interact with them.
- Do Not Disturb: It will let you set “Do Not Disturb” mode just for a meeting or while you’re at a location. The best part is, it will automatically turn off as soon as your event ends or you leave that place.
The story doesn’t merely end here; there is much more that the iOS 12 will bring. And with new beta versions on the go, we can expect a lot more.
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