Getting too many notifications? With just a swipe, iOS 12 lets you group notifications from each app together and gives you the ability to manage notifications from the lock screen. Plus, a new feature called Instant Tuning helps you reduce the number of notifications you see, right from the Lock screen.
If you’ve always wanted to automate repetitive actions in iOS, you’ll love the new Siri® Shortcuts feature. You can use it to string together actions in different apps — like send a message to your spouse that you’re leaving work, show the traffic conditions on your commute home and start playing a podcast app — and then invoke them all via Siri with a custom phrase.
iOS 12 also changes the way iOS users see the world using Augmented Reality (AR) and makes communications fun and more expressive with Memoji.
ARKit 2 enables developers to create the most innovative AR apps for the world’s largest AR platform, with new tools that make the AR experience even more dynamic. Designed in collaboration with Pixar, a new open file format for AR content creation called USDZ makes it easy for users to experience powerful AR graphics and animation nearly anywhere in iOS, including apps like Messages, Safari®, Mail, Files and News.
New features make communicating with friends and family from iPhone X even more expressive with added Animoji® and personalized Memoji characters that are customizable and fun. Users can create beautifully designed Memoji right within Messages by choosing from a set of inclusive and diverse characteristics to form a unique personality. The existing set of Animoji also expands with ghost, koala, tiger and T. rex. All Animoji and Memoji now feature winks and tongue detection to capture even more expressions.
As with all Apple software updates, enhanced privacy and security remain a top priority in iOS 12. In Safari, enhanced Intelligent Tracking Prevention helps block social media “Like” or “Share” buttons and comment widgets from tracking users without permission. Safari now also presents simplified system information when users browse the web, preventing them from being tracked based on their system configuration. Safari now also automatically creates, autofills and stores strong passwords when users create new online accounts and flags reused passwords so users can change them.
And there’s so much more to learn. If you have any questions about these or any other new iOS 12 features, contact CranstonIT today at 888-813-5558 or firstname.lastname@example.org.