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iOS 12 has just gone into public beta. This is a preview. But since it’s *my* preview, we’re going to do it my style: By going *deep* into not just what Apple’s latest mobile operating system does — but how it does and what it means for *you*.
iOS 12 includes foundational performance enhancements designed to make iOS software age as well as iPhone and iPad hardware; a giant leap forward in persistent, multi-person AR; proactive suggestions and voice-trigger-able workflows not just for core features but for any action in any app; much-needed improvements to notifications and the do-not-disturb system; full-on self and parental controls; fun new features for Messages like Memoji which put you not just into the emoji but into the new AR Camera; and the biggest update to FaceTime since… FaceTime: Group calls.
That might seem like a lot of random pieces. But I’m willing to bet they’re all part of the same puzzle. One that, as it comes together, will reveal that iOS 12’s main purpose was shoring up and rounding out the interfaces, features, and devices we have today so we’re ready for the ones coming tomorrow.