While there are over 100 cool features that iOS 12 has to offer, there are a few things that Apple has annoyed on iPhones or has not yet addressed.
While the main issues below are direct changes to iOS for iPhone The latest 12 updates, some of the minor issues at the bottom of this article are things we also wanted to see in iOS 11, iOS 10 and so on. Yes, Apple added a few things from our iOS wish lists here and there, but they did not fix everything.
. 1 Sending photos in messages is annoying, period
If you are the type of person who publishes images and videos from your photo gallery directly from the News app, you should prepare for an annoying change. Instead of tapping the camera icon as in a news thread, you need to tap on the photo icon in the app tray. It's really hard to get used to, and if you want to hide the app drawer, you'll have more problems with it.
. 2 Saved messages and history are buried in messages
Since iOS 9 we could tap the "Saved" tab in the "Apple News" app to view all the news articles that we have saved because we did not do this time have read completely when we saw them the first time. It also showed us our reading history. I save a lot of articles in news, I admit, so I've used this tab a lot to quickly go back and read content. Also, I want to go back and share things I've read about the fact of my story.
Now, in iOS 12, the Saved tab is no longer available. Instead, you have to go to "Channels" (which was called "Browse" during the Betas). After that you have to scroll all the way down, past search, followed, and suggestions to see "Stored Stories" and "History." Pooh. It's as if Apple does not want us to read anything other than new content.
3. You can not add camera effects to your library
Tapping the camera icon in Messages takes you straight to the built-in Camera app, so you can start taking a selfie, landscape photo, or whatever. Whether you are taking a picture or shooting a video – or about to – you can tap the New Effects button to access animoji and memoji, filters, text overlays, and shapes that you can throw on top of a photo or video , 19659002] While this is great, Apple is limiting these new tools to the camera icon in messages. This means that you can not add these effects to photos or videos that are already in your Photos library, nor can you find the effects in the regular Camera app. Disappointing, to say the least.
To … wait for … "Passwords & Accounts." What the hell was going on with how it was ?! It's a subtle change most people will not even notice, but it's still annoying.
When iOS 12 was released, we hoped that the new Shortcuts app would be preinstalled on all iOS devices, which would open the automation world to the masses, but that was not the case. If you already have a workflow installed, it will be updated on shortcuts, but if not, you'll need to install shortcuts from the App Store – if you even knew it existed. There will be a lot of users who do not care, but that's just because they have not played with it yet.
At least for now. Apple has removed Group FaceTime since iOS 12 dev Beta 7 and has not been around since. Now it's not supposed to be released in a later "fall" update, possibly iOS 12.1 since the iOS 12.1 beta has again shown some signs of Group FaceTime.
. 7 Apple's forcing iCloud Photo Library
Down our throats. Yes. I do not like using iCloud Photos because there are a lot of problems with it. I'll save it for another day, but when it comes to iOS 12, there's a useful feature in photos that you can only use if iCloud Photos is turned on: share suggestions. I'd like to use this feature, but I do not want to pay for more than 5GB of online storage, nor do I want to get rid of my @ Mac email addresses, which occupy most of my iCloud storage.  20+ Annoying Things iOS 12 Misleading or Not Addressing ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>