This is the first in a series of posts I will be making on my blog across the month of February.
I will be going over what Apple needs to add in iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, tvOS 12 (briefly), services including Siri and Apple Music and development tools/services with a big focus on Xcode.
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Before I get started, I want to address that a couple of days ago, a report (https://9to5mac.com/2018/01/30/ios-12-apple-features-performance-reliability/) has come out suggesting that iOS 12 and likely macOS 10.14 will be minor updates that focus more on performance, stability, secure and bug fixes and less drastic changes like major changes to the iOS home screen.
I am impartial to this change, mainly because I don’t have that many issues with iOS 11 on my iPhone X, but I do want to see the operating system become more solid less online negativity on it and so they can build on that in the future with iOS 13 etc. I hope Apple then takes the approach off adding less features each year and make sure they everything works properly!
I did pre-write this entire wishlist prior to releasing the first one below, but I will likely make some minor changes to this list to reflect this report and lower expectations slightly (which I didn’t set that high anyway). I’ll also take into consideration changes they could make to iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 that do not require much effort.
watchOS 5 and tvOS 12 are still likely going to get similar updates to the last couple of years.
Now, the first on my wishlist.
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