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iOS 12 Will Focus More On Security

Rumours are already emerging about the Apple iOS 12 for iPhone with the company looking to fix the issues with the current iOS such as security and performance.

Axios says Apple software head Craig Federighi revealed the revised plan to employees after a meeting.

Apple is planning to improve AR, digital health and parental controls but most importantly, its primary concern will be with making its devices more responsive.

It is expected the release will be around the same time the new iPhone is released with specific details to be released in June at the Worldwide Developer Conference.

What users will probably not see is CarPlay updates and a new home screen, expect that for iOS 13.

In the next coming months users will be given the opportunity to download iOS 11.3 which will allow users to see how their battery is performing and control its performance output.

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