As expected Apple has officially unveiled their new iOS 12 mobile operating system and will soon be rolling out to all Apple devices that currently support iOS 11. So everything from the iPhones 5S onwards as well as iPads released back in 2013 will support the latest version of iOS. As you would expect with a new version of the operating system Apple is rolling out a wealth of new features, enhancements and tweaks users to enjoy.
iOS 12 will be officially arriving during the fall of 2018 although Apple has not announced an official release date as yet. The new iOS 12 operating system is now available to developers and those interested in loading it onto their devices before the final release. Bringing increased performance, FaceTime with up to 32 people at once, the ability to create an Animoji just for yourself, four new Animoji to use and the release of ARKit 2 pushing the boundaries of augmented reality even further with iOS devices.
“Whether you’re using your iPhone or iPad, iOS has been enhanced for a faster and more responsive experience all around. Things you do all the time, like launching Camera and typing with the keyboard, happen faster than ever. And there are even more significant improvements when you’re doing a lot on your device at once. These enhancements improve performance on all supported devices, going all the way back to iPhone 5s and iPad Air.
Apple has also created a new Shortcut application that allows you to create a combination of tasks that can be carried out with a simple request to Siri. “Siri can now intelligently pair your daily routines with third-party apps to suggest convenient shortcuts right when you need them. So if you typically pick up a coffee on the way to work, Siri will learn your routine and suggest when to place your order from the Lock screen. You can also run shortcuts with your voice or create your own with the new Shortcuts app”
For more information on all the new features and tweaks made to iOS 12 jump over to the official Apple preview page by following the link below.
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