Apple announces the iOS 12 with better functions and features

Apple‘s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is currently kicking off the introduction of its next-generation iOS 12 mobile operating system.The Cupertino company touts that the new operating system version is molded better with their A-core chips, providing better overall performance than its predecessor. This performance upgrade is felt even at the older models as Apple touts 40% faster app loads, 50% faster keyboard slide, and 70% faster photo browsing on the iPhone 6S running iOS 12 as compared to iOS 11.

Apple also expands augmented reality use with the introduction of ARKit 2, which now supports multi-user virtual reality through shared spaces.  There are also new features including photo search, suggestion, and key moments, a new measurement app that utilizes AR to accurately take calculations.

Siri also gets a well-deserved update by learning more of your activities on the background. In turn, Siri suggests phone activities you might need through the day. There’s also a dedicated app called ‘Shortcuts’ to add pre-made or customize your own Siri custom phrases for one’s multi-action tasks such as ordering your usual items or ringing your accessories when you can’t locate them.

iOS 12 also brings in a new set of tools that would give you more focus, productivity, and digital well-being: a Do Not Disturb App, notification controls right from the lock screen and support for group notifications, weekly activity summaries on how you use your Apple device, and App limits to help curb too much phone use. New family controls will also be in place such as downtime for limiting phone time.

Apple also touts new-generation Memojis, customized versions of animojis that you can mold to your resemblance, and can be used in multiple apps such as

The biggest change coming in iOS 12 may be cross-platform apps. The update, along with macOS 10.14, will allow developers to design a single app that will work on iPhones, iPads, and Macs, a stark change from the separate Mac and iOS apps available today Apple may bring some of its own iPhone apps, like the Home app, to the Mac as part of this update.

Animoji, available on the iPhone X, will be expanded in iOS 12. Apple is said to be planning to introduce new Animoji characters and an interface that's easier to navigate. Animoji are also coming to the iPad, with the next-generation iPad Pro rumored to include a TrueDepth camera.

Apple is planning to integrate Animoji into FaceTime, allowing people to use the animated emoji characters when making a video call. Multi-person FaceTime calls are reportedly being explored as well, but Bloomberg says that feature may not be ready for a 2018 debut.

Makes it possible the streaming of music on more devices

Apple plans to update its parental controls in iOS 12 with a new Digital Health tool that will let parents know how much time their children have spent using iOS devices, which will allow parents to better monitor screen time.

Several other features have been rumored for the iOS 12 update, such as the following:
A redesigned Stocks app
Deeper Siri integration in Photos for search purposes
An enhanced version of Do Not Disturb that will offer users more options to automatically reject calls and silence notifications.
Revamped interface for importing photos into an iPad.
Multi-person augmented reality games.

iOS 12 will be previewed at the Worldwide Developers Conference, which is likely to take place at some point in June. Exact dates for WWDC will be shared early in the year ahead of the event. Following iOS 12's unveiling at WWDC, it will be seeded to developers for testing purposes and given to Apple's public beta testing group later in the summer. When beta testing has finished in the fall, iOS 12 will see a public release alongside new iPhones, provided Apple sticks to its traditional release schedule. The Apple iOS 12 will be released to the public as a free over-the-air update later this year. Developers, on the other hand, will be able to get the first version today at the Apple website, while public beta users will be able to download the software later this month.

The new iOS 12 will arrive later this year, with the beta version released today, on the same devices that had iOS 11:

iPhone X
iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus
iPh,e 7, iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus
iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone SE, iPhone 5S
2017 iPad Pro (12.9-inch), 2017 iPad Pro (10.5-inch), 2017 iPad (9.7-inch)
iPad Pro (9.7-inch), iPad Pro (12.9-inch)
iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2
iPad Air 2, iPad Air
iPod touch 6th generation

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