iOS 12 is almost here. And it’s filled with the new and awesome feature. Some new features, like the group notifications, are right in your face. But iOS 12 is filled with little features, spread across the entire OS. Some of the most exciting features – like the new Screen Time and Siri automation features – are hidden inside the Settings app!
iOS 12: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and more
In a short while from now, Apple will release iOS 12, the twelfth major release of the iOS software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Here’s how to download and install iOS 12 on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch so you’re prepared.
Apple has finally delivered on features we’ve had on our wishlist for almost a decade now. Grouped notifications? Yes. Granular Do Not Disturb controls? Don’t mind if I do. Group FaceTime? Finally, but will be available later this fall. iOS 12 is a performance upgrade. It’s made up of many little features that add up to a really delightful experience.
Apple is all set to release iOS 12 in a few hours from now. The company boasts that the latest version of the OS brings about major performance improvements especially for its older devices. But what about battery life? Does iOS 12 bring about any improvements in the battery life department as well?
In a bid to try out the new features of iOS 12, many iPhone or iPad owners end up installing the beta version of the OS on their device. Apple made the life of such people easier by rolling out iOS 12 beta builds via OTA. However, now that Apple is scheduled to roll out the first public build of iOS 12 to the public, users running iOS 12 beta or Golden Master build on their device are wondering if they would get the update to it.
Apple is known to support its older iPhones and iPads for a long period of time. With iOS 12, the company is supporting the iPhone 5s which it had first released in 2013.
iOS 12 will go live on 17th September. The 12th iteration of iOS for iPhone and iPad is very much an evolutionary update. Apple has taken the time this year to go back and fix some of the fundamental issues in iOS. On paper, iOS 12 is totally worth upgrading. I mean, just take a look at all the awesome new features! But, as always, there’s a gray area.