IOS 12 will finally make 'Peace' with customers

IOS 12 will finally make 'Peace' with customers

Even with the new, expanded time frame to work with, Apple apparently has a number of features that it is hoping to sneak into iOS 12 if possible-or at least have ready to go for future versions of OS for iPhones and iPads.

The iPhone X is powered by a Hexa core Processor, Apple A11 Bionic Neural engine that is coupled with Apple Designed GPU GPU, 3 GB RAM and 256 GB storage default memory capacity. Soon iOS 11.3 will be released which will undo the throttling of the performance on older devices. However, iPad owners will have to wait until 2019 for any major iPad-focused features to land on their tablets due to a new cultural shift inside of Apple.

Early reports of Apple's more conservative approach to furnishing the iOS 12 software update are now being fleshed out. And this may be good news for Apple users. However, expected features such as a redesigned Home Screen for iOS and CarPlay, a revamped Photos app, multitasking on iPad etc. are being delayed till iOS 13.

Apple, which has always prided itself on the security of its source code and the secrecy of their new updates, have been thoroughly embarrassed by the incident. This was the tenth official iOS 11 update Apple released, and it is shocking considering that Apple released the iOS 11 only in September 2017.

Apple has a very convincing rational behind delaying various features and adopting a new iOS release cycle. The leak had the potential for the discovery of new bugs, loopholes or security vulnerabilities that could pose a significant risk to iPhone users.

That routine, combined with the fact that Apple opted long ago to make those major updates free to install for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch owners, has helped maintain excitement around iOS in general.

That's changed in recent years.

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He argued that Apple's bugs aren't more common now than they were in the past.

Piggybacking off of that expanded camera technology, Apple is reportedly working on multiplayer modes for augmented reality games that would allow multiple people to play the mixed reality games at the same time.

In other words, Sinofsky says, what's happening at Apple is a natural reaction to the balance a giant project like iOS needs. Share your views with us in the comments.

Bloomberg has now added some extra details to those initial reports.

His takeaway? Don't panic.

This isn't a move made out of desperation. But if it crashes less often, lots of people should be happy.

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