iOS 12 sixth developer beta releases
Apple announced new systems such as iOS 12 and macOS Mojave at the WWDC in June. Typically, Apple will release a beta update every two weeks, but according to the latest news. The sixth beta of iOS 12 is released today, and you don’t have to wait until next week. Last week, Apple just released the fifth beta of iOS 12.
One of the most important features of iOS 12 is to optimize performance and improve the running speed and response time of the old iPhone and iPad. 40% increases the application opening speed, the keyboard pop-up speed is increased by 50%, and the lock screen is swept to the camera function speed by 70%.
On the iPhone X, the new Memoji pinch feature added, and there are four new moving expressions. Information and FaceTime support new camera effects, and FaceTime group chat supports up to 32 people for video calls.
In iOS 12, Siri has become smarter, with the addition of the new Shortcuts feature, which allows you to create automated workflows using a combination of Apple’s apps and third-party apps. Finally, Apple also added a “screen time” anti-addiction system on iOS 12, and optimized the “Do not disturb mode,” notification reminder to start supporting group functions, easier to manage. Other new features in iOS 12 include ARKit 2.0, stock market, voice memos, and Apple News app design updates.