iOS 12 for iPhone and iPad: everything you need to know

Apple will almost certainly give us our first look at iOS 12 at its annual WWDC conference on Monday. This is the software that will define the experience of the new 2018 iPhones, and will also update current iPhones and iPads when it comes to devices later this year.

Rumors suggest that Apple's plans for iOS 12 will make upgrading the update a bump, not a leap, an adjustment that fixes the problems of the past and increases the quality of daily use. This is what we could see.

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Digital health will help curb addiction to your phone

One feature that Apple can highlight is health digital, with the iPhone manufacturer talking about new tools to help you manage (and reduce) how much time you spend on your phone, Bloomberg reported. Like the Google Android Board, Apple's Digital Health tools would help combat the "addiction" of the phone and provide parents with more detailed tools to monitor their children's use of their phones.

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iOS 12 preview and what we expect at WWDC 2018


Playing games with friends in AR life

While AR games might not be the center of attention, Apple could package at least one key update in iOS 12, Bloomberg added.

ARKit 2.0 could contain a new mode that allows you and your friends to play against each other in the same augmented reality world. Google goes one step further with software that can take Android and iPhone players in the same AR space using digital anchors. Apple is likely to use a similar technology in iOS 12 to close the reality gap.

Refined Face ID

Keep your ears alert for Apple to refine Face ID, the secure biometric unlocking tool from Apple that uses the 3D front camera. Mac Otakara, a blog from Japan, reports that Face ID could get support for the horizontal mode.

More animoji, please

Apple could also branch out with more animated emoji – animoji – and pave the way for Face ID and animoji for future iPads. The construction of software support for Apple tablets would give clues to future iPads that will get a 3D camera with depth detection like the iPhone X.

Other little things we could see in iOS 12

Minor adjustments could come, according to the same Bloomberg report, including features for:

  • Making the voice badistant Siri more predictive
  • Postpone notifications
  • Control the stock market
  • Making video calls
  • Share animoji

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For iOS 12, Apple is working on Animoji FaceTime, merged iOS / MacOS apps, Do Not Disturb update, new Stocks app, deeper Siri, ARKit 2.0 . For iOS 13, the OS's biggest OS update with tabs in the app, more.

– Mark Gurman (@markgurman) February 12, 2018

What we probably do not get

The supposedly stricter approach to stability and correctness mistakes means Apple is saving its biggest iPhone and iPad changes for later, including a redesigned home screen on iOS 12, a review of Siri, Apple's voice badistant or a slew of photo enhancements, according to Bloomberg.

Although Apple is unlikely to pay attention to virtual reality, CNET was the first to report that Apple is working on a separate VR headset by 2020, with an 8K resolution for each eye, so we may see a nod in this direction. Or rather, a wink.

We are also reducing all hardware expectations, such as iPhone SE 2 or AirPower wireless charging pad that we've been waiting for breathlessly.

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Editor's Note: This La History was originally published on June 2, 2018.

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