Apple has officially made iOS 12 available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad users. The company also release watchOS 5.0 for the Apple Watch.
Announced several months back at WWDC 2018, iOS 12 is a new operating system that’s supported by iPhone 5S and up to the latest generation, iPad Air and Pro, iPad Mini 2, iPad 5th and 6th generation, and iPod Touch 6th-gen. Meanwhile, the iPhone XS and iPhone XR will ship with it out of the box.
As always, the newest iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system brings improved performance, Memoji, Shared AR experiences, screen time, Siri shortcuts, and a lot more. Group Facetime is supposed to be available right now, but the company pushed it back at a later iOS 12 update.
Apple Watch will now have features like Walkie Talkie which lets people talk directly to their family members that has the watch. With just a quick tap on the wrist, a voice clip can be directly sent to another user. Whether you are on LTE or WiFi, it works both ways.
Aside from watchOS 5.0 and iOS 12, Apple also released tvOS 12 for Apple TV that comes with zero sign-on, Dolby Atmos, Aerial screensavers, and more. Check out the full changelog from Apple.