Whenever you ask anyone on the street which is the world’s greatest mobile operating system, chances are that you will not hear anyone speak too highly of the Windows mobile OS. Instead, the only two operating systems that are currently on everyone’s minds are the Google Android and Apple iOS. Of these two, the iOS is all set to receive a new release next year, possibly in the month of September. Which ones will be the best iOS 12 features? We take you backstage for a sneak peek.
iOS 12 Features: 64-bit Apps Only
Remember that the current Apple flagship OS, which is the iOS 11, has dropped support for 32-bit apps and this is why the Apple iPhone 5c has now been rendered unfit for an upgrade to the latest OS. This is one big reason why we believe that next year too, only 64-bit apps will be supported. This has also rendered many apps defunct and many app developers have had to adapt to the new technology. However, it also goes on to show that the Cupertino, California, based giant is certainly willing to take certain risks as far as the future of technology is concerned.
Indeed, Apple is bent on proving that it is a lot more than just another Android rival OS and with the iOS 12, it will get another chance of proving that point to the entire world. In fact, one thing that the iOS 12 features list might possibly include is the system-wide autofill feature. This will make the tedious task of memorizing a series of passwords and keywords redundant and will act as a rather handy guide towards creating a system-wide evenly distributed ecosystem.
Expect a lot more developed and a more ‘mature’ Siri. Since the advent of AI or artificial intelligence is continuous and unstoppable, Siri will be able to answer too more complicated questions. It will also be more like a partner of the user. These things will be made possible due to the advanced level of machine learning and data collation.
Better Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles must be present aboard the all-new iOS 12. While the current system has fixed most of the problems, there are still some subtle refinements that can be carried out. At the end of the day, it is the user who benefits the most from these smaller but more significant changes. Also, a better file manager would be highly appreciated.
We have not tried to make this list of the best iOS 12 features an exhaustive one, for that will take some more time and will also require the dismantling of the iOS 11. Stay tuned for further additions to this list.