10 New features in iPhone iOS 12 update| how to use new features in iPhone ios 12.

In addition to better performance Apple introduced ios12 software update , the software brings lots of cool new features.To help you take advantage of these features Tech singh Urs bring in front of you.

Here’s how to try out its new tricks.

1.Manage your passwords more easily

When you’re setting up a new account, iOS 12 will show you a Use Strong Password button. Tap it, and your phone will automatically suggest a good option.

For maximum security, you should also avoid reusing passwords across multiple services, and iOS 12 will help you with that as well.

To double-check, go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts > Website & App Passwords.

Here, reused passwords appear with an exclamation mark next to them, so you can see them easily. Tap those entries to set new, unique passwords.

2.Manage your screen time

ou can see which apps in particular are wasting your time, and keep tabs on which ones fire out the most notifications to lure you back to the screen. Once you’ve learned more about your habits, Screen Time lets you put limits on your phone use.

To check it out, head to Settings > Screen Time. Within this entry, you can tap on the bar chart at the top to see a detailed

3.Replace your physical tape measure with an AR one

You should try out one of Apple’s own AR apps: Measure.This handy tool lets you measure any length in augmented reality. Check your home screen to find the app logo (it should appear automatically after you update), and then hit it to launch the program.

4.Create a personalized Memoji avatar

To start creating a personalized avatar, open the Messages app, tap the Animoji button (the monkey face), and then hit the Plus icon on the left. Next, work your way through a series of screens where you set the characteristics of your Memoji, including skin color, hair style, and head shape. When you’re ready, tap Done, and the phone will save your new avatar in the Animoji pop-up drawer.

5.Set up shortcuts for Siri

You can put together your own action combinations in the new Shortcuts app. Tap the icon on your home screen, and you’ll have the chance to browse through a gallery of suggested Siri Shortcuts, edit these existing options, or create your own.

6.Tame your notifications

To avoid seeing notifications from that particular app ever again, swipe left on the bunch, then choose Manage > Deliver Quietly. Once you change that setting, those alerts will not show up on the lock screen, produce a banner or sound, or generate an icon badge. However, you can still view them in the Notification Center.

7.Have your phone automatically go mute 🤐

To find the new options, launch Control Center (swipe up from the bottom of the screen or, for the iPhone X and later models, swipe down from the top right) before pressing and holding the Do Not Disturb (crescent moon) icon. Set up this mode so your phone will become muted during certain events or in certain places. You can also have Do Not Disturb mode end when the event does or when you leave the location.

8.Share photos with the people in them

With the latest iOS update, apps like Photos get their own upgrades. This time around, you’ll see a personalized sharing option under the For You tab. With this, the app can automatically scan the images in your library, identify people matching your contacts, and suggest that you share your recent snaps with them.

9.Read better in Apple Books

Another app getting a few useful updates is iBooks, now called Apple Books. Open it, and you’ll find a more elegant, intuitive interface. The collection of ebooks you own still lives in the Library part of the app, but this section looks cleaner, so you’ll have an easier time switching between titles.

10.Group calling in FaceTime.

At the iOS 12 unveiling, one of the announced updates was to FaceTime: The video-calling app will gain the ability to hold group video calls with up to 32 people in on the same conversation.

FaceTime video calling is coming soon

Author: TECH SINGH Urs


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