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New Features Will Offer iPhones An Edge Over Android Handsets

Apple declared its next huge software launch (iOS 12) at the lately ended WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2018. Apple iOS fuels firm’s iPad and iPhone series. The all-new iOS 12 conveys new functions to enhance performance and also improve users’ iPads and iPhones experience. At the time of the WWDC 2018 keynote, Apple teased Google claiming that while the present Android launch has got an install base of only 6%, almost 81% Apple machines operate on iOS 11 version (the present edition of iOS). Here are some new features that will be visible in the new iOS 12.

A smarter Siri with shortcuts

Apple has updated Siri to let it control 3rd-party applications without consumers actually unlocking them. Consumers can also allocate their own voice instructions to activate different actions. A sole instruction too can be arranged for various actions. In Android, consumers do not have the choice to arrange shortcuts in Google Assistant for 3rd-party applications.

Apple browser to defend you from being “traced” on Twitter, Facebook, and more

While Google Chrome has no action to avoid cookies from tracing your browsing history, in the new iOS, the Safari browser of the firm has smart Tracking Prevention that assists block social media comment widgets and “Share” or “Like” buttons from tracing consumers without consent.

While Android P still provides emojis, iOS 12 has Memojis

Stock Android P is still way long to receive Animojis while the new iOS has upgraded to Memojis. In Android, the complete emoji-race relies on separate OEMs.

On a related note, Apple Inc hopes to export 80 Million new iPhone modes in 2018. This number is down from 20% from what it had projected in 2017 at the same time. This is as per the media report issue last week that mentioned sources all over the industry.

Jeff Garcia

As one of the lead news writers on Share Tech News, Jeff’s specialization lies in the science and technology domains. His passion for the latest developments in cloud technology, connected devices, nanotechnology, and virtual reality, among others, shines through in the most recent industry coverage he provides. Jeff’s take on the impact of digital technologies on the Smartphones, Software & Android/iOS Apps domains gives his writing a fresh and modern outlook.

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