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iOS 12: cool new features coming to iPhone

Here’s what’s new in the iOS 12 update in 2018. Apple’s officially unveiled its major iOS update planned for Autumn 2018. iOS 12 will be coming to a wide range of devices, including iPhone 5S that is almost 5-year old, promising faster app boot and improved performance even on old hardware. Like previously expected, Apple will focus on performance in this update, but there will be many new features here and there. In this article you can read about the best new things coming to iPhone and iPad in 2018. Notification groups Finally, iOS 12 can group the notifications in[…]

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iOS 12 update coming to the 5-year old iPhone 5S

Apple announced the next iOS update coming fall 2018 Apple unveiled at the WWDC18 conference this week the next major iOS update – iOS 12. The update will focus on improvements and performance, although there will be many small new features and changes here and there. The company says that iOS 12 will make the older devices faster – they will start apps 40% faster than before. The keyboard will pop-up 50% faster, while the camera may start 70% faster, which is indeed amazing. The good news is that you don’t have to buy a new iPhone to experience iOS[…]

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iOS 12 and the new macOS to be unveiled on June 4

Apple’s developer conference will happen between 4th and 8th of June Apple has announced today the date when the annual conference for developers WWDC will start in San Jose. WWDC18 will be between 4 and 8th of June, which means we are less than three months away from the next versions of iOS and macOS. As usual in the past years, the access to WWDC will be highly limited while the interest is huge. That’s why random developers will have the opportunity to buy a ticket for $1599. The most interesting date for the average user should be 4th of[…]

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Apple to cut development of new iOS 12 features and focus on performance

iOS 12 may bring fewer changes than originally planned. Apple has changed its plans for the iOS 12 development, according to Axios. The Cupertino-based technology leader will focus on reliability and performance, rather than introducing new features. The report is based on an announcement by Craig Federighi made during an internal company meeting in January. Craig informed the employees that Apple will delay some of the new features planned for 2018 and iOS 12 to 2019 (iOS13). Among the delayed features are improvements to Home Screen, Photos, Mail and CarPlay. Apple will focus on performance in iOS 12, but the[…]

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