Rumors about the iOS 12 they are not at all encouraging from the point of view of news. Everything indicates that the twelfth version of the mobile operating system will come with many general refinements and improvements. Of course, one or another novelty will come, but that should be the focus.
This, however, does not prevent iPhone / iPad designers and users around the world from imagining what a reshaped iOS future might look like. And that?s what Michael Calcada did when ?creating? the iOS AR.
I didn?t die of love for the look of the concept, but Calcada?s ideas are definitely worth less, starting with a hub notifications (a simple way to track and view all your notifications on the locked screen if you want to "unravel" everything, just slide your finger from top to bottom).
The locked screen always active would show a preview of the time, battery and a dot indicating that there are notifications. With the screen on, the notification point would be in the upper left corner, just slide down to open the new one. hub.
But the highlight of this new system would be the resources of augmented reality. With a specific chip to manage the camera of the device (in order to save the maximum battery), it would be possible at least in the idea of ??Calcada to always keep it active, ready to be used. It would be enough to pull the section down on the top of the iPhone and interact with the world around you.
Above, we have interesting examples of various uses of augmented reality on the iPhone.
Calcada also thought of new navigation gestures: delizar up and to the left to open the multitasking; slide from the bottom up to the middle to the multi-center; swipe up and to the right to open the Control Center.
Speaking of Control Center, it has been slightly modified and would be fully customizable, including new 3D Touch shortcuts, easy access to Dark Mode and Location Services. In addition, it would be possible to add not only shortcuts to the system's own resources, but also to third-party applications (compose a tweet, photo on Instagram, etc.).
Dark Mode hits the spot on all iOS concepts, without exception. Here, obviously, he is present, see, for example, how the Messages app would look.
The new Cmera application would allow much easier access to several features, such as using the RAW format, changing the ISO and activating other settings without leaving the application.
One thing that Apple would hardly make it possible to customize the Home Screen, the icons (make them round instead of squares) and change the information in the status bar.
A new layer of security would be incorporated, causing Face / Touch ID to be used (if the user wishes, of course) to unlock some apps while protecting a lot of information when you lend your phone to someone.
FaceTime would support group calls, AnimojiTime (add filters and Animoji in real time on calls) and support Picture-in-Picture (to talk to your friends anywhere on your phone).
In Calcada's view, it would finally be possible to allow third-party applications to be set as standard for certain tasks (Chrome for browser, for example).
And finally, a new look for the Msica app (which, as I said, design is not necessarily the most interesting part of this concept).
Check out a video with the summary of everything:
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