Apple iOS is an advanced mobile operating system that powers hundreds of millions of iPhone units on the market. Apple has been improving its iOS since release, adding new features to its OS while revamping the existing ones. At WWDC 2018, Apple announced iOS 12 after endless leaks and rumors. iOS 12 is not a significant upgrade, but it still comes with a number of new things that are worth your shot.
iOS 12 gets new updates on a regular basis, which aims to add up to the better user experience. One of the biggest changes coming to iOS 12 lies in screen time, a handy feature that gives you details about how much time you are spending with your device or using individual apps. Besides, iOS 12 includes the ability to group notifications. In reality, this is something that has been demanded for years among Apple fans.
With grouped notifications, you can easily gather your notifications and put them in a stack. The best part is that you can group notifications from the same app at once. However, Apple removed group FaceTime calling feature from the final build of iOS 12 but brought it back in iOS 12.1 update.
Apple has started rolling out iOS 12.1.2 update to all compatible devices following months of beta testing. The new update mainly focuses on system boost and bug fixes, including a bug that prevents users from activating their eSim. However, a lot of users have reported that their iPhones cannot connect to cellular data after updating to iOS 12.1.2. Sources say that the problem emerges in Turkey and Apple has acknowledged the issue. However, it remains unclear when Apple addresses the issue. Tech experts recommend users reboot their devices to see if the problem is dealt with or downgrade back to a more stable version
Sources say that the release of iOS 12.1.2 update aims to deal with iPhone sales ban in China. Specifically, a Chinese court officially ordered a ban on almost all iPhones in the country following reports of patent infringement. However, Apple denies all accusations and then released a new update to all iPhones in China.
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