After it was revealed that Apple will switch to postpone some iOS 12 features to focus more on improving stability and performance, Bloomberg has now built Axios reports and explains exactly what will be destroyed to create multiple sources of development. available.
According to the report, the flashier feature will now arrive in 2019.
Apple generally offers some new tent features as part of its annual IOS revision cycle but with iOS 12, Apple seems to be more focused on making its mobile operating system more stable and faster than it is today. With iOS 11 marking a new low for software quality, at least according to a vocal minority on social networking, Apple is now seen to have taken criticism on the board. Unfortunately, to allow the focus to make things right, Apple needs to push some features that have been done before throughout the year.
According to Bloomberg Mark Gurman, the feature includes a redesigned Home screen - something that really needs to happen - and a new way to sort photos based on new and improved algorithms.
While core features such as the combined app platform are still on schedule to be introduced this year, some flashier changes like the redesigned start screen will likely be held back until 2019 software updates, someone familiar with the matter said. Companies may also be delaying a modified photo management application that uses new algorithms to better sort their images even if some smaller upgrades to the Photos app will still show up this year.
This does not mean that all new features are dropped. Gurman says that someone will specifically let parents monitor the overall time of their children's screens, with FaceTime video calls also starting to receive some enhancements this year.
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