Apple's Annual iOS Updatewill be launching devices later this year. For example, – Since everyone has always wanted to turn into an Animoji group, FaceTime, camera effects, ways to limit your screen time, and many more features that Apple stuffed into its two-hour keynote presentation Has.
As always, there were still a lot of new features that did not build the keynote. Here are 12 things that Apple did not mention on.
Besides the new animoji and tongue detection (yes, that's one thing), Apple has not mentioned that Animoji can be longer now. With the iOS 12 update, the 10-second Animoji limit is increased to 30 seconds … because who does not want to talk to poop for 30 seconds, right?
Revised App Strip in News
A finer detail that many will enjoy is the app strip in News. In iOS 12, the app strip takes up less disk space as you type. No additional details have been given about this feature, but less and less clutter in the UI is appreciated.
Apple has announced redesigned notifications with grouped notifications, better control over notifications, and improved privacy settings. One thing that was not mentioned during the keynote, however, is what they call critical warnings.
Critical alerts are notifications of important information, such as: B. Reports from your doctor. Even if Do Not Disturb is turned on, you will receive notifications from these notifications.
Raw Photo Import
Photo support in raw format is not exactly new for iOS. In fact, RAW was added in iOS 10. However, with iOS 12, you can import raw photos from your computer and your camera.
Apple also says that the import process for photos and videos from your professional camera will be improved, but it will not run exactly.
With iOS 11, Apple has changed how navigation works on the iPad. Similar to the iPhone X ($ 799.99 at Cricket Wireless) navigation on the iPad is mainly controlled by gestures. Swipeing up from the bottom of the screen will bring up the App Dock. Swipe up to see the Control Center and the App Switcher.
iOS 12 updates gestures on the iPad to better fit the iPhone X. You can return home by swiping anywhere in the app dock. You can access the Control Center by swiping down from the top right corner.
Improved portrait lighting
Apple mentioned some updates made to the camera, such as: B. Effects. But it did not mention that the portrait mode also gets some upgrades. It says that the camera "now creates a mask when it recognizes a person," and it will intelligently separate that person from the rest of the scene.
In addition to the portrait enhancements, a portrait segmentation API is released that allows third-party developers to use the separation data in their own apps.
Improved QR Code Reader
Instead of displaying only a banner notification when you point the standard iOS camera to a QR code, Apple says the camera in iOS 12 now highlights QR codes so you know that they are actually recognized it. We can imagine that this looks very similar to the built-in document scanner.
Searching for Passwords in Siri
Apple has mentioned several improvements to Siri, such as shortcuts or Siri suggestions, in which it learns your routines and suggests things like ordering coffee when you're on the way to Work.
What Apple did not mention is that Siri will help you search for passwords. There is currently no information on how this works.
Apple increases privacy and security in iOS 12. A security feature that is not heralded during the keynote is the password reuse monitor. Passwords that you have used with other accounts are marked so that you can quickly replace them with a generated password.
Auto-populated security code
And those annoying two-factor authentication codes for which you need to use your phone? When these SMS messages arrive with a unique code, the code automatically fills in the text box in which it is located. So you do not have to remember the code and enter it manually. iOS will do it for you.
Finally, you can share passwords between your Apple devices with iOS 12. You can pass passwords between iOS devices or from an iOS device to a Mac or Apple TV ($ 179.99 at Crutchfield) .
Learn More About the Battery
iOS 12 gives you more details about battery usage. In Settings you can see the battery power for individual apps in the last 24 hours or 10 (instead of seven) days. If you tap one of the bars, you will see the app usage for that time.
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