“I’m really impressed with the Photos improvements,” Evans writes. “Machine intelligence inside the device is doing a great job surfacing images and events I’d forgotten about, reminding me of people, places and moments I’d like to keep in memory. It’s also become so much easier to find specific photos of specific events because Apple has added a huge number of new categories and event types that help Siri find the things I need… these Photos improvements will make a huge difference to people.”
“One of the best things about the iOS 12 beta is its familiarity. It doesn’t change the way you work with your device very much, but its enhancements – particularly around stability and performance – mean the user experience is more fluid than before,” Evans writes. “I’m particularly impressed with all the Siri enhancements and the many user interface tweaks (Notifications, Screen Time and more) that seem to reflect a commitment to putting iPhone users in control of their digital experience.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Looking this good this early bodes well for a strong premiere in a few months time!
Apple releases public betas for iOS 12 and tvOS 12 – June 26, 2018