iOS 12 developer beta has been released. The public beta will be available at the end of the month. It looks that there will more changes to the iPhone and iPad than what was officially announced. iOS 12 has also hinted that a new Apple Watch 4 will be coming out in 2018. It might not be the biggest software update. However, it does seem that Apple are trying their level best to make their reliable system. The iOS 12 developer beta came out on June 4 for the paid Apple Developers.
iOS 12 Release Date
The public beta will likely come out on June 26. It looks that the final iOS 12 software will come out in September. The first developer beta is already out and it is available now. It’s in the earliest one but you must a registered Apple developer. You can become one by paying $99 for the annual membership. The public beta is free and it is advised to wait for the public beta. The iOS 12 will increase the speed of older phones by 40%-70%. Apple has specifically pointed out that iPhone 6 Plus has its speed increased tremendously.
There is also speculation that Apple Watch 4 will also be coming out after in some time. Apple Watch 4 is rumoured to have a 15% increase in the screen, which is obtained by reducing the bezel. It also has a larger battery. As of now, there is no confirmation.
iOS 12 is 200% less annoying on iPhone X. The random screenshots and dismissing tasks on iOS 12 is much better. iOS 12 will run on all the devices which have the 64- bit chipset. ARKit 2 allows for shared experiences.
iOS 12 Features
-New ‘Measure’ app and USDZ file format
-New USDZ file type dedicated at augmented reality
-Camera app changes
-Photos app is now smarter with iOS 12
-Betters search and a new ‘For you’ tab
-Siri Shortcuts can find your lost keys, more
-Siri translates new languages
-Do Not Disturb during bedtime to hide visual display of notifications. It’s getting better as Apple are trying to expand the mode.
There’s a breakdown feature as well, which will rank the app usage, highest phone pick up times and also it will show what apps send you the most notifications.