Published: Mon, June 04, 2018
Industry | By Kenny Hampton

IPhone Gets iOS 11.4 - Here’s What You Need to Know About It

IPhone Gets iOS 11.4 - Here’s What You Need to Know About It

Along with bug fixes and refinements to the underlying code, the new version will also introduce enhanced support for augmented reality and digital health. Most excitingly many expect to see support for sleep monitoring, after Apple acquired sleep startup Beddit in May a year ago.

Apple's annual developers conference, WWDC, is just around the corner, but while product announcements have become a staple in recent years, initial reports suggest 2018 will be all about software.

It's nearly a certainty that Apple will provide updates on new software at WWDC.

iOS updates are usually the star of WWDC.

This development might be an indication of what's to come on the software front. More interesting would the rumoured software Apple is said to be working on, such as the phone-to-phone AR experience, improvements to Siri, and a single set of apps for iPhone and Mac.

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On top of that, with the many rumours that Apple might be using its own chips - instead of waiting for the Intel chip upgrade cycle - for their computers, macOS might be moving towards a tighter integration with its iOS mobile cousin, or even cross-platform compatibility.

There are not many leaks about watchOS 5, except for a new watchface that is inspired by the pride movement.

Apple is expected to launch new versions for both its Apple Watch and Apple TV operating systems at WWDC, but perhaps reflective of their much smaller user bases, there's not a lot confirmed in terms of what the versions may include.

Apple is not expected to unveil a suite of new hardware at this years Worldwide Developers Conference, according to a Bloomberg report. Also, when a user deletes any message or chat then the changes will be reflected on all the devices that are running using the same Apple ID. And with the new entry-level iPad tablet already launched this March, it seems unlikely there will be any new hardware. As mentioned in the description, iOS 12 brings a new design and contains a number of fresh features, including the long-awaited dark theme, new notification UI, Always-On Display, new control center, updated, animaze for iPhone X and iPhone SE 2. There'll be minor new features for snoozing notifications, tracking the stock market, making video calls and sending Animojis - the virtual cartoons introduced with the iPhone X. Earlier this year, Apple executives made a decision to postpone iPhone and iPad software changes - including a redesigned Home Screen for launching apps and presenting snippets of information, an artificial intelligence upgrade to the Photos app and new file-management tools for iPads - until next year to improve the quality and responsiveness of this year's upgrade.

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