Apple users: Here is the iOS 12 release date, news and features

The latest upcoming iOS 12 release date will be announced finally on September 12. When will the software come to your devices? It all depends upon its performance and reliability.  What will be the new features like notifications, themes, emoji etc? All the performance report is going to be launched on September 18.

You can get the iOS beta version now but it has some minor bugs in it, so you need to wait a little bit more. The upcoming iOS 12 is compatible with the new upcoming iPhone XS and apple watch 4. In iOS 12, some major new features are Measure app, Siri Shortcuts, and create a Memoji of yourselves. Our older iPhones are also faster, while Grouped Notifications make the UI easier to navigate.

Group facetime is still delayed and you have to wait until the end of October. It is expected to be launched in iOS 12.1 which will be launched at the mid of October.

iOS 12 release date

  • June 4 – Developer beta launched (to paid Apple Developers)
  • June 25 – iOS 12 public beta launched (it’s free)
  • Tuesday, September 18 (or close to it) – the final iOS 12 software (still free)

Apple got out the iPhone 6 Plus, particularly, saying iOS 12 makes this smartphone 40% speedier at launching applications, 70% quicker at launching the camera application, and half speedier at showing the console. Console composing and other routine highlights on more established iPhones can back off with each new iOS refresh, and Apple is hoping to change these main points with iOS 12.

Here are two highlights we despised about iOS 11 on the iPhone X that iOS 12 will settle. The last programming will feel 200% less irritating when it dispatches.

Shutting application windows in iOS 12 is presently less demanding on account of the way that you should simply slide up on an open application to reject it from the multitasking menu. iOS 11 had us push down on the application until the point that red close symbols showed up finished best of each application, and afterward to tap those little red symbols to expel the application. That was unbearable.

Second, at whatever point we grabbed our phone, we’d constantly pressed the volume up and power button incidentally, which is the new ‘take a screenshot’ catch blend. Apple has disabled this activity at whatever point the phone screen is off. Our iOS 12 Photos application is never again going to be loaded up with errant screenshots on daily basis.

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Shaheer Riaz

A motivated and accomplished Tech Blogger & Graphic Designer, love to write tech blogs and create new designs plus all-time foodie. Studies Bachelors in Computer Sciences.
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