And we will, of course, maintaining our annual tradition of bringing you several compiled screenshots of Apple's new operating systems showing all their news.
This is the first focused on iOS 12, announced yesterday on the WWDC18 keynote. The first beta version of it is already in the hands of developers, and the expectation that the final version will reach all around mid / end of September. The system will be compatible with all devices that currently run iOS 11.
Yesterday, we already made available to you the official wallpaper of iOS 12 and we also talked about several news not commented on by Apple. Now, let's go to the first compiled, in fact.
Finally, grouped by apps or topics:
Quick actions sliding to the left:
Managing notifications for an app directly from the Lock Screen:
Media player on Locked Screen with darker background:
Small visual changes in Settings:
In iOS 12, we will be able to create Animojis with our own appearance what Apple called ?Memojis?. A blatant / blatant copy of Samsung's AR Emoji (which copied Nintendo's Mii avatars), but at least absurdly improved.
Selecting a Memoji together with the Animojis:
In the middle of creation:
Here, a quick video from Lucas Caton demonstrating the process:
Oh, and Animojis' recordings can now go up to 30 seconds:
Some changes to the iPhone configuration areas, including the new ?Screen Time? feature:
Several screens of the Screen Time feature:
Tempo de Tela also has its own widget:
Here, several apps ?blocked? by the Time Limit feature:
And what happens when you open one of them:
Within the ?Software Update? settings, there is now an area for the user to activate or not automatic iOS updates:
More information and graphics in the ?Battery? area:
New shortcut ?Scan QR Code? for the Control Center:
Do Not Disturb
Fine-tuning for the Do Not Disturb feature:
Lock Screen Alert:
For owners of iPhones X, now when Face ID fails it will be possible to swipe from bottom to top to try again:
In the ?Siri and Busca? settings, right at the top, we see the big news regarding Shortcuts (Shortcuts) which is not yet translated into Portuguese.
Here, Siri recommending a shortcut to open a link copied in Safari:
Smart / contextual searches are really working well in the Photos app.
We will have a new native app on iOS 12, Measures (unofficial translation). See it next to the Voice Recorder (Voice Memos), which was also completely reformulated:
O Measure far measurements using framework ARKit 2.0, in real objects:
Apple took advantage and moved the iOS level feature into this new app:
The iBooks app is now called ?Apple Books? and has been completely revamped on iOS 12.
great news: the Podcasts app finally starts supporting chapters in MP3 files, such as the ones we use in ours. D, even, to advance between them using Siri.
One more thing in iOS 12: Apple Podcasts now supports MP3 chapters, which can be skipped using Siri. ? h / t @mcobco pic.twitter.com/YP9KIYCUIE
– Ryan Christoffel (@iryantldr) June 5, 2018
Probably to reduce confusion about this feature, iOS now shows an up arrow when we use the Achievability feature:
Gestures (and Face ID?) On iPad
Apple has already implemented, in iOS 12 beta, the possibility for iPad users to activate navigation gestures similar to those of the iPhone X, thus reducing confusion for those who alternate between them.
O Guilherme Rambo says they are working very well:
I like the new gestures on iPad. Works very well with the 120fps screen # wwdc18 pic.twitter.com/JRw12nYo1e
– Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) June 5, 2018
Obviously, this is also a ?semi-confirmation? that we will see, this year, an iPad Pro with Face ID coming up next. Incidentally, Rambo also managed to activate this here:
The Face ID setup UI is finally working on iPad. Clearly not done yet as can be seen by the descriptions mentioning "iPhone". But it's a start pic.twitter.com/PVQgfbne15
– Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) June 5, 2018
, Apple didn't even try hard to hide it. ?
More integrated 1Password
We mentioned this in this post yesterday, but the guys from developer AgileBits didn't waste time and already posted a preview of the thing working:
What a wonderful present for us at WWDC this year! Thank you to all our friends at Apple for this great new API. # 1PasswordAutofill pic.twitter.com/jpvRVogslS
– 1Password (@ 1Password) June 5, 2018
Now, yes, using 1Password on iOS will be as practical as on macOS.
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