Apple has brought this year’s wait to a close by dusting off its iOS 11 in September. Despite the fact that iOS 11 is just some couple of years old, there are possibilities in plenty for fans to hold on to their expectation and anticipate what can safely be called the iOS 12. Given that Apple (without any doubt) has made a bold decision by removing further support for the 32-bit apps and devices running only the 32-bit apps, fans expect more versatile decisions to be made by Apple when it comes to iOS 12 wishlists. Although it is too early to talk about the upcoming features implemented by Apple in its iOS 12, we believe the time holds much importance and if not now, then never! Here are some of the fans’ wishlist features that may debut with iOS 12 next year.
iOS 12 Wishlists: What Can we Expect??
Unified Homescreen- For the fans of iOS, they definitely expect to handle the home-screen in a better and simpler way. For example, if there’s a separated row of smaller icons right below the time display and the icon bay, it would be very intriguing for customers to handle their iPhones or iPads with more convenience.
Camera controls on Camera App- If you are one of those dedicated Android users who hasn’t used iOS until now, you will find iOS 11 to be different when you compare operating systems. This brings us to a safer discussion on iOS’s extra demanding camera feature. The camera app, in iOS, doesn’t have the camera controls. Instead, this can be accessed via a sub-menu of the primary ‘Settings’ screen. What if the camera directly controls the camera app, wouldn’t that be all the more exciting?
Better Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Toggles– Apple with its iOS 11 has gone an extra mile in leaving fans with satisfaction, we definitely admit that, but there’s always room for improvement. When it comes to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi settings Apple, the Cupertino OS giant has left a lot more to be desired. One thing for sure fans want is to get an improvised Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Toggles. With iOS 11, if you disconnect the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth networks, it won’t allow you to disconnect from the radios.
we are waiting for iOS 12 Beta reease
The Final Words
As of now, iOS 13 wishlists will increase with each passing day until the developers come with further confirmation. More news will surface in the coming days, so here’s keeping all fingers crossed!