The latest operating system of Apple, iOS 12 is now everywhere, and the world couldn’t be happier. We first got the operating system on the 4th of June, 2018. It helps in increasing the performance of mobile devices, like iPad or iPhones. But they’ve also come with a very good improvement for both old and new gadgets. iOS 12 is designed specifically to run on all the major Apple mobile devices. It’s clear that the app runs faster since it got iOS 12. Also, the camera is much more responsive, and the keyboard is now even more awesome. It’s an optimized system that’s designed to make your life easier.
iOS 12 also comes with many improvements in the system. They added augmented reality-based Animojis, just like Samsung Galaxy S9 did. We could say that Apple is moving forward.
You are not able to create your own avatar by using Memoji, which offers you the chance to personalize your avatar to look just like you. We should also mention the fun effects that can be used for Messages and FaceTime.
There’s a new feature for us
iOS 12.1 comes with a brand new feature, Group FaceTime, that will let its users to video call 32 people at once. Also, Siri is smarter, as it can answer many questions about famous people, food and sports. We should also let you know that it comes with shortcuts that were built on the Workflow app. This shortcut will allow you to create a base of automation. In order to make this happen, the operating system uses a third party app.
This shortcut allows a user to create a broad base of automation. Apple iOS 12.1 user use first and third party app to make this happen.
The final version of iOS 12.1.3 is finally here, and it comes with bug fixes, namely the HomePod bug that restarted the HomePod very unexpectedly. Also, they fixed Siri that, as you might know, stopped listening to you at some point.
Laura Modin has lived in Las Cruces her whole life. Laura has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and The The Santa Fe New Mexican. As a journalist for News Lair, Laura covers national and international developments.