Apple officially unveiled iOS 12. The Apple Developers Conference, called WWDC, kicked off minutes ago in San Jose, California, and Craig Federigy, Apple Software Manager, unveiled the latest version of the iPhone and iPad operating system.
So far as you read the news, Apple has announced that all iOS 11-based devices will support the new iOS 12 update. Apple claims that the apps are 40 percent faster than the previous version of the app, and the speed of the keyboard has risen by up to 50 percent. Also, you can now swipe on the screen to enter the camera app and take photos 70% faster than before.
Federerie, announcing that apps are now running twice as fast as before, said that iOS 12 could now boost processor performance, thanks to the use of a more powerful artificial intelligence device. But when there’s no need to use the ultimate hardware power of the device, the new iOS automatically reduces the pressure on the processor to save battery power.
ARKit 2.0 and Measure app
But Apple has introduced the ARKit 2.0 augmented reality platform and announced new features. The Apple Software Director of the company spoke with Adobe, Autodesk and several other companies to design new 3D capabilities for the ARKit Augmented Platform, and announced that iOS 12 will see a new Augmented Reality app called Measure .
As its title suggests, Measure can measure the exact size of the objects in the world of Augmented Reality, which can be very useful for some.
Photos changes on iOS 12
With the release of this release, you will see changes to the old apps as well.For example, the Photos app now has the feature search feature, and now you can look for business, museums and events in your photos.
Also, the For You tab has changed, and now includes a section called Memories and highlights. Additionally, you can follow the changes you’ve made to shared albums in the moment.
Photos app on iOS 12 is smarter than ever. If you choose a photo album, it suggests you share it with who you are. Also, full-resolution images from the iPad Image Library can now be shared.
Siri’s new features
But Siri does not miss the new iOS 12 features. The Apple Assistant Assistant is equipped with a shortcut feature in this release to interact directly with apps.For example, now the Tile app, which is a product for tracking keystrokes or lost phones, can create a voice command “I lost my key” to quickly get into the Tile application by telling the smart assistant.
This feature can also be used for shopping apps from the supermarket, mediums and sports products. The great thing is that Siri can even offer you special occasions such as a coffee order, even when the page is locked.
Thanks to these suggestions, Siri is ever more powerful. For example, depending on the hour of the ticket you have bought to watch a movie from the Wallet app, Siri can offer you a Do Not Disturb when you visit the cinema. Or, when your beloved’s birthday comes, they will remind you to contact you.
Shortcuts is another new feature that Apple has brought to iOS 12, an application that lets you create special shortcuts. It’s easy to drag and drop in the editor of this app.
The Workflow automation application, Siri Assistant, can produce custom shortcuts for HomeCinema, MusicPlayer, Apple Maps and IMs. But the news, Stocks, Voice Memos and iBooks apps were also updated with new features.
Updates to native iOS apps
First of all, let’s start with News . By adding a new Browse tab to this app, now the discovery of news feeds and the study of hot issues of the day is easier and the iPad version of the app has received a new sidebar.
You can now sync your recorded sounds between your iPhone and iPad thanks to the iClade. And ultimately, the most significant change that has happened to iBooks has been the new interface design and renaming Apple Books .
In addition to introducing new iOS 12 features, Apple also referred to CarPlayand said that it has now added support for third-party apps like Wiz and Google Maps . The Do Not Disturb mode can now also silence alarms on your sleep watch.
But luckily, a new page was added in La Crosse that will give you good morning and will provide you with the opportunity to turn on the alarm again while presenting the weather. On iOS 12, you can disable the Do Not Disturb mode depending on the time, location, or calendar events.
But we will get notifications and changes to their display system.
Notifications are now equipped with options to control them from banners that are displayed. Now Siri offers you to stop sending notifications from useless apps. The great thing about iOS 12 is that you can group annotations with a new style depending on the app or theme.
Screen Time and App Limits
Screen Time is a new feature in iOS 12 designed to prevent your addiction to mobile. Thanks to that, you can see how many hours a week you’ve spent hours with apps like Instagram or Twitter for example. Thanks to the App Limits settings, you can also remind yourself of the time spent on these apps to prevent this from extreme affiliation.
Apple has even made it possible for parents to use apps, time limits, or content for their children to use. This is called the Downtime option, and parents can remotely control it with Family Sharing.
But to one of Apple’s most intriguing features: Annuals . IOS 12 has added four new animations that include a soul, koala, tiger and dinosaur t-rex. It’s a great idea now that animators will recognize your language and simulate its movements in the program.
Memoji is also a personalizable animated animation based on your looks, so you can use it on the AIMSIA. The fist is updated on iOS 12, and now it supports 32-person group conversations and interacts directly with IM.
Also, animations, filters and sticker packages are also supported in the fiesta that you can access on the iPhone, iPad and Mac. Sending voice responses via Apple Watch will also be another new feature on iOS.
Release date and supporting devices
iOS 12 will be released this fall for all iOS 11 supporting devices . Before the release of the final version, there are naturally several beta releases that are currently available for developers only to access their first version.