Astonishing iOS 12 Concept Envisions Dark Mode, a “Sound Bar,” and Guest Mode
We can’t wait until June to see what Apple has in store for the upcoming major versions of its iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS operating systems, so, for now, we can only dream of the new features.
iOS News And More recently published an astonishing iOS 12 concept on Behance, giving us wings to dream big on the new features. So step back for a moment, relax, and imagine your iPhone with a dark mode, a new sound bar for changing the volume, guest mode, multiple timers in the Clock app, and split view.
Imagine your iPhone X unlocking automatically without you having to swipe to unlock, that would be a nice feature to have on iOS 12. To better protect your private data, imagine iOS 12 allowing you to lock some of the default iOS apps with Face ID or Touch ID, which many third-party developers already implemented in their apps.
A Guest Mode is probably one of the most requested features ever for Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, but the company doesn’t want to implement it for some reason we don’t know yet. According to the new iOS 12 concept, this feature could come in handy in emergency situations, but also some other circumstances.
There were so many times when I needed multiple timers on the Clock app that I lost count. This new concept envisions them quite nicely. Another much-needed feature is split view to run two apps simultaneously, which Apple should port from the iPad to iPhone X’s generous screen.
Dark mode, revamped lock screen and Camera app, notification dots, and more
A dark mode was always believed to improve the battery of your iPhone, and it’s also another highly requested feature that Apple should implement in iOS 12. We don’t even have to mention the fact that it will make your iPhone or iPad look gorgeous, as you can see in this new iOS 12 concept by iOS News And More.
Among other features that Apple should implement in iOS 12 and are presented in this new concept, we can mention a revamped Camera app that lets you quickly change various settings, as well as to pause video recordings, and a redesigned lock screen where you can swipe down from the top to view the weather forecast.
Grouped notifications on the lock screen could also be a thing for iOS 12, along with smaller incoming phone call notifications that appear on top of the apps, and notification dots, which could save battery life even more. The FaceTime app could also need a total revamp, allowing us to video chat with up to four people.
The new iOS 12 concept published by iOS News And More also imagines the wishlist making a comeback on the App Store, a redesigned Safari web browser with the search bar on the bottom, an Android-like sound bar for changing the volume faster, and an Ubuntu Touch-like App Bar for quickly accessing favorite apps.
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