Apple iOS is one of the most popular mobile operating systems on the market. Apple has been improving its own mobile operating system since the day one to offer a better user experience and new features.
Apple is facing a lot of competition in the market. However, its iOS stands out on the market thanks to its innovative features. However, one of the most annoying things when it comes to Apple iOS is that it comes with a lot of restrictions imposed by Apple. Fortunately, things are going to change in the future.
Starting with iOS 10, Apple opened some aspects of its iOS to third-party developers. Apple’s move allows developers to integrate more apps into Apple’s mobile operating system, thus offering more options and ways to interact with apps.
Last year, Apple announced iOS 11 following months of leaks and reports. iOS 11 retained what we loved about iOS 10 while adding a lot of new things to the operating system. One such thing lies in the new Files app. In reality, the Files app is specifically designed for the iPad, allowing users to browse local files stored within their favorite apps. Besides, the app lets you locate files in popular storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive, or iCloud.
At this year’s WWDC event, Apple officially announced iOS 12. Like any other software update, iOS 12 includes fixes for bugs and errors found in iOS 11, while introducing a lot of things we have been expecting to see for years. This includes screen time, Siri shortcuts, Animoji, redesigned Maps app, and many more.
Apple has started rolling out the beta versions of iOS 12 for testing purposes. According to early testers, iOS 12 gives a much-improved performance when compared to the last year’s iOS 11. However, Apple still has a lot of work to do to improve iOS 12 ahead of the final release.
According to the latest sources, iOS 11 is now installed on 85 percent of Apple devices as of September 3rd. Back in May, iOS 11 was adopted on 81 percent of devices, which means a 4 percent increase in 4 months. Reports claim that a lot of iPhone owners will switch to iOS 12 this fall when Apple releases the final build of iOS 12 to the public.
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