iOS 12 Release to Happen Soon, Leak Suggests a Refreshed Home Screen

For a while, the Mobile World Congress is losing its charm. The event which was held a massive glory in the tech industry is gradually losing its fame. For the companies, bigger ones prefer to hold their in-house events so that they don’t get overshadowed by other conglomerates. But come what may, Apple happens to be unique on this front. Every year the American tech conglomerate holds an event to unveil its OS and all thanks to Apple! At least, we now know that since WWDC is knocking at the door, there are speculations in plenty which give rise to anticipate what new can come with the upcoming Apple OS, dubbed the iOS 12.

iOS 12 Release Date: What Do Anticipations and Leaks Suggest?

Concept illustrations and leaked screenshots have already been gathered when we head our discussion about the next iOS 12. One of our favorite illustrations has envisioned some massive upheavals to the interface of Apple’s OS. Some sources claim that it also appears the iOS interface is sans the app names from the icons right on the Home Page. The report also suggests that there’s a new ‘app bar’ alongside the Split View option (from the iPad).

New Leak Suggests iOS 12 with a Refreshed Home Screen [Image Source]

iOS 12 Release Date: When is it Coming?

The Cupertino tech conglomerate is a creature of habit when pertaining to the OS updates. From the past behavior of the giant, it strongly points that iOS 12 (alongside the macOS 10.14, the tvOS 12 as well as the watchOS 5) will be announced and demoed at the WWDC in summer, which is probably in the month of June this year, 2018. And before the company rolls out a series of beta testing versions, it will first roll out for developers and then public beta. Apple will roll out the final public version of the upcoming iOS 12 in autumn 2018 which is probably in September where the tech industry may get hold of new iPhones too. As of now, since there’s no official confirmation from the house of Apple, this news shall be regarded with a grain of salt.

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