In iOS 11, one of our longest wishes came true with the new customizable Control Center. You could finally reorder, remove and add extra features to the Control Center. Granted, it was limited to the features Apple put in. Still, it was a good start. And we think iOS 12 is the perfect time to add third-party support for Control Center.
iOS 12: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and more
Late last year, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg reported that Apple is working on a cross-platform UI project codenamed ”Marzipan” that will allow developers to combine their iOS and macOS apps into one. They could essentially create one app that can run across all of Apple’s entire Mac and iOS lineup. This feature was supposed to be unveiled with iOS 12, but it looks like that might not be the case anymore.
iCloud service launched in 2011 with iOS 5. Since then, the free iCloud tier has stayed at 5 GB. It’s been 7 years of not so substantial iCloud upgrades. While the iCloud sync is way more reliable, iCloud’s feature set has remained the same over all these years. If Apple is serious about Apple services, iCloud needs to be much better.
Hardware wise, the iPhone X is the best phone Apple has ever made. Apple made a lot of bets with the iPhone X. The bezel-less display, the notch, the new software gestures. And Apple has mostly pulled off the hardware changes. But it’s the software reshuffling in iOS which has been less-than-stellar. So many features like Control Center gesture feel like they’re bolted on.
iOS 12 Concept Reimagines Music App With Landscape Support, Coverflow, Smarter Volume Controls and Dark Mode
Apple has just announced that WWDC 2018 will kick off on June 4th, where it is widely expected to unveil iOS 12, the next major iOS update.
iOS 12 is still a few months away from its official unveiling at WWDC 2018, and iOS 13 is still at least a year-and-a-half away from being announced to the public. And yet, thanks to major leaks since the beginning of this year, we already know what Apple is planning for the next two major releases of iOS.
A report from last month claimed that Apple would be pushing back the release of some features in iOS 12 to next year so as to focus on improving the performance and stability of its OS. Now, a report from Bloomberg provides more details about Apple’s plans in regards to iOS 12 and future releases of the operating systems.
In a bid to focus on performance and quality of iOS, Apple has decided to delay the release of some major features for iOS 12 to next year. The report claims that Apple’s revised plan was announced by Craig Federighi to employees in an internal meeting earlier this month.