Apple made changes to the release schedule of iOS and macOS updates

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Apple is making changes related to major update of its operating system in 2018. The developer team is allowed to delay the release of the feature if considered not perfect.

Apple changed its focus on iOS 12 operating system, more to stability. However, the iOS 13 and macOS 10.14 operating systems will still be released this fall, estimated along with the release of new versions of watchOS and tvOS.


Developers can now work on new features with time spans for more than two years. This is to help relate to quality issues, because until now, iOS 11 is still not considered perfect.

The iOS 11 imperfections are visible after the device user encounters unusual bugs, such as autocorrect bugs, unaccepted message retrieval, and Calculator apps that do not calculate properly.

Meanwhile, a number of rumors related to iOS 12 and 13, as well as macOS 10.14 and 10.15 have been outstanding. This rumor mentions that Apple will fix user complaints with a number of interesting features.


These features include parental controls with stats and more detailed settings, new Stock apps and how to call Siri in the iOS search bar

Apple is also rumored to be presenting Animoji on the iPhone X, as well as Face ID cameras and Animoji on the new iPad Pro. In addition, Apple is also developing a FaceTime update that will allow users to make calls to more than one person simultaneously.
 

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