Apple spent a lot of time introducing new features on iPhones ($ 800 at Cricket Wireless) and iPads ($ 330 at Best Buy) later this year at WWDC. Still, the company did not cover everything – so after an early preview we looked for some exciting hidden features.
Sinceis currently in beta, some of the features we highlight may be changed or removed before the official release this fall.
More Battery Information
If we want to find out what the battery derives on a mobile device, we all want to know more about it. With iOS 12, open the Settings app and choose Battery. You get as much information as possible. New charts, glitches and charts show you exactly what was most important with your battery and perhaps when it was used.
Alternate Appearance in Face ID
iPhone X users who have difficulty using the Face ID correctly when wearing a hat, sunglasses, or anything else that changes their appearance will be given the opportunity to register a second appearance. The new setting can be found in Settings > Facial ID & Passcode > Alternate appearance .
In fact, this feature allows a second face to be registered with an iPhone X to give a second person access to your device. Keep in mind that if you want to remove the second appearance (or second face), you will need to reset face detection.
Temporary Do Not Disturb
Instead of manually switching on and offyou can choose to disable DND after one hour or when you leave your current location in iOS 12.
Open the Control Center and long press or press the Do Not Disturb icon to display new DND options.
close app gesture
Remember the good old days when you could close an app with a simple wipe? These days are back, at least on the iPhone X.
Instead of switching to the multitasking view, long pressing on the map of an app and forcibly closing it – starting with iOS 12, you only need to enable multitasking and then swipe up any app card to close it.
Automatic OS updates
A new feature in iOS 12 automatically installs iOS updates on your device without you having to manually approve it. You can enable automatic updates in Settings > General > Software Updates > Automatic Updates .
iPhone X gesture on the iPad  The iPhone X gesture to access the Control Center – a swipe from the top right corner of the screen – has found its way to the iPad. After installing iOS 12, you can not access the Control Center on the iPad through the multitasking interface. Instead, swipe down from the top right corner.
For those who receive a two-factor authentication via SMS, iOS 12 will make entering the six- or eight-digit code so strong. Instead of copying and pasting the code or saving it quickly, a shortcut will appear at the top of the keyboard as soon as the device receives the code.
Tap the shortcut and the keyboard automatically fills in the code for you. It is pretty smooth.
QR code scanner in the control center
Apple has added a QR code scanner to the Camera app in iOS 11, and with iOS 12, the scanner has its own shortcut in the Control Center. You must add the link in Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls and tap the green button next to Scan QR Code.
Disable USB Accessory
With hackers and law enforcement tools that can crack the iPhone code over the USB port, Apple has added a feature that disables the Lightning port on iOS devices if it has not been unlocked in the last hour optional, but takes two seconds to activate and protect your information.
Open Settings > Face ID & Password and then scroll to the bottom of the page and turn on the USB accessory option At position
Messages Camera Tools
The News app does not get many new features in iOS 12. One of the changes is a new camera tool for images and videos created in the News app. We've already covered this feature in detail, but the essentials are this: Open the Camera app in Messages, then tap the star icon in the lower-left corner to get started.