Apple's new operating systems are now all in their fourth beta. There is still a long way to go, probably with a few more test compilations, but at this point the trend is that we don't see many visible changes in them; the time to trim edges and fix bugs for the official releases scheduled for September / October.
We have already published three screenshot galleries for iOS 12, one for macOS 10.14 Mojave and one for watchOS 5 with the new features:
Here, we will make a unique compilation with what has changed in their last betas. Let's go?
Cool animation on the signal bars when searching for a network. pic.twitter.com/WEAwgQoZul
– Benjamin Mayo (@bzamayo) July 18, 2018
In addition to the iOS 12 betas themselves, developers now have separate access to the new Shortcuts app (Shortcuts) that comes from Workflow, acquired by Apple just over a year ago. The base of the app is all there, without any of its pre-existing powers "tapped" or something like that. Shortcuts previously created in Workflow are even automatically imported into the new one.
The biggest news of Atalho, obviously, will be its native integration with Siri. With this, in addition to users being able to create complex chains of commands, all of this can be invoked through personalized voice commands. This in itself greatly increases the potential of Apple's virtual assistant.
As we have already reported here on the site, the Brazilian Guilherme Rambo launched the Sharecuts site for users in the future to be able to share shortcuts among themselves.
Walkie Talkie has a custom volume slider, similar to the scroll bar indicators that nestle next to the crown. pic.twitter.com/kzODEQlThq
– Benjamin Mayo (@bzamayo) June 19, 2018
Oh nice, watchOS 5 beta shows 1 and 2 minute heart rate recovery on the Siri watch face after a workout ?
(Too bad everything else is so buggy, such as the Workout app randomly not counting calories anymore during a workout. Do not upgrade yet.) Pic.twitter.com/rA8h6DVplQ
– Federico Viticci (@viticci) June 14, 2018
ooo I missed that Astronomy face got complications and changed view switching to the customization picker
useful for not accidentally switching views + two complications now pic.twitter.com/dTYTQXifRD
– Zac Hall (@apollozac) June 14, 2018
macOS Mojave 10.14
@MacMagazine About macOS Mojave DP2: On About this Mac, the OS logo changes between themes (Claro Mode / #DarkMode). Hehe pic.twitter.com/tkacPL6l4V
– Anderson Silva (@UnderEu) June 20, 2018
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For now, guys! ?