The latest update to iOS 12 included more Emoji, Group FaceTime, eSIM functionality, real-time depth control for new iPhones, and some other interesting new features and fixes. In the latest version for iPhone, iOS 12.1.1, Apple now brings along some things that were removed or made more difficult in previous updates, and even offers some new, albeit small, features.  Right now, iOS 12.1.1 is in beta, so it's not officially available for everyone yet. However, you can join Beta as a developer or public beta tester if you want to try all of the new features below.
. 1 FaceTime Live Photos Are Back
Apple removed the "Live Photo" option in FaceTime when iOS 12 came out – a strange step as the feature was just added in iOS 11. It was probably just forgotten while Apple's Group urged FaceTime to work. Luckily, Apple has brought back the Live Photo trigger in FaceTime, and it works the same as before.
The only thing you need to keep in mind is that you and all other people in a FaceTime video chat chat with each other. You must have either an iOS 11 version or iOS 12.1.1 (not iOS 12.1 or 12.1 ) with "FaceTime Live Photos" in Settings. It also does not work in Group FaceTime chats, so only for one-to-one conversations.
2. Switching the Camera and Muting it Again Is a Cinch in FaceTime
Another strange thing in the iOS version 12 and iOS 12.1 of FaceTime is the on-screen menu during a call. In iOS 11, you used the thumbnail view to flip the camera view, and the screen only had a live photo shutter, a dissolve button, and a mute microphone button. That was it's.
With iOS 12, Apple added camera effects and group chats to FaceTime, creating a new, hidden menu where everything could be stored. The flip camera and mute buttons unfortunately ended there, and the only thing displayed on the call screen was a camera-effect button, a call-end button and ellipses (•••) for the hidden menu, and your thumbnail view Camera was not turned anymore.
In iOS 12.1.1, the visible buttons now instantly include camera effects and call termination, as well as mute, rotate, and live photo buttons. Instead of the ellipses, swipe the menu up to see more options. If Apple could now turn the keys when they're in landscape mode, we'd be fine.
. 3 The iPhone X R has another haptic touch trick
Haptic Touch is pretty much a half-baked version of 3D Touch on the iPhone X R  which simulates the actions of a touch-sensitive 3D touchscreen without a pressure-sensitive display. The problem is, it only mimics the lockout and camera icons on the lock screen, the keyboard trackpad, the "clear all notifications" option, and live photos.
Haptic Touch also comes with notifications in iOS 12.1.1 You can instantly view and interact with them. If Apple can now add support for Quick Actions, Peek, Pop, Live Wallpaper, and all that 3D Touch can do, Haptic Touch can not.
Other enhancements to highlight
In the release notes for Apple only mentions one new feature:  For iOS 12.1.1, publicly trusted certificate transparency policy TLS server certificates issued after October 15, 2018, on Apple platforms must be trusted. (41175212)
There are, however, several other features of iOS 12.1.1, some only for iPads and others only for iPhone users with a Apple Watch.
- You can hide the "Channels" in landscape mode in the Apple News app on iPads via a toggle switch.
- There is an updated Apple Watch app icon similar to the Series 4 watches.
- Some third-party apps no longer have black bars on each page on the 11-inch iPad model.
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