Now that iOS 11 is finally getting polished the way we like it, it's time to start imagining what could be good for next year, iOS 12.
The next major version of Apple's mobile operating system is due to be presented at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018 in June, and to go into beta until it is released in September. Or, at least, as soon as the band has played for some time.
The staff of iOS News And More then decided to take an online poll to find out what users expect most from iOS 12. The result was transformed into a superb graphic, posted on Behance:
New expectations include a new design, notifications grouped by apps, a dark mode, Split View on iPhone, protection of apps with Touch ID or Face ID, new volume bar, group FaceTime, new wallpapers and app icons, more features for the Control Center, adjustments directly in the Camera app, widgets on the home screen, information always visible on the iPhone X screen and more.
Personally, I would add to an important one that we even discussed in a recent podcast: the possibility to change the default apps (default) of the system, such as browser, email client, calendar, maps, etc. Incidentally, it's past time.
And you, what would you like to see on iOS 12?