📲 All the new iOS 18 features that won't arrive until iOS 18.1 or later

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Hey Geeks! Dhvanesh here, your friendly neighborhood Apple enthusiast and editor-in-chief of iGeeksBlog+.

Steve Jobs famously said, "People don’t know what they want until you show it to them. That’s why I never rely on market research. Our task is to read things that are not yet on the page."

At WWDC last week, Apple gave us a whole new level of customization that permeates the entire interface, from the Home Screen layout to the Lock Screen, icons, and the Control Center.

However, after seeing what some early beta adopters have made, maybe it’s not such a good idea to give users so many choices. We have been using such customization over the years, but now it feels cheap, convoluted, and a little un-Apple-like.

Now, Apple tries its best to strike a balance between what users want and what they need. Steve Jobs would be on board with Apple Intelligence, Vision Pro, Math Notes but definitely not with let us tint our icons.

What do you think? Do we need this level of customization, and would Steve Jobs have approved giving away such controls to end users? Hit the reply button and let me know your thoughts.

Here are all the new features that won't arrive until iOS 18.1 or later link

  • WWDC this year was packed with new features for Apple’s suite of software platforms. The company introduced a lot of enhancements coming this fall in iOS 18, visionOS 2, macOS Sequoia, and more.
  • Apple also showcased features that will not be available this fall. However, it wasn’t always clear what would arrive in 18.0 and what would be saved for later this year or even some time in 2025.
  • Take a look at the full list of features that won't arrive until iOS 18.1 or later.

iOS 18 Photos App Features You Should Know About! link

  • Photos app receives its biggest-ever redesign, featuring a simplified single view with a familiar grid and new collections for easy browsing by themes without album organization. Collections can also be pinned for quick access. A new carousel view presents daily highlights, showcasing favorite people, pets, places, and more, with auto-playing content throughout the app to bring libraries to life.
  • The app is customizable, allowing users to organize collections, pin frequently accessed collections, and personalize the carousel view to include what's most important to them.
  • Take a look at how it is different than iOS 17

What is iPhone Game Mode in iOS 18, and how does it work? link

  • With iOS 18, Apple is adding Game Mode to the iPhone. A similar Game Mode was added to macOS Sonoma last year, and the same performance-enhancing features apply, according to Apple.
  • Game Mode enhances the gaming experience with more consistent frame rates, especially during long play sessions, and makes wireless accessories like AirPods and game controllers incredibly responsive.
  • When enabled, Game Mode optimizes the gaming experience by giving the game the highest priority access to your ‌iPhone‌'s processor while lowering usage for background tasks. Let's examine Game Mode and how it works.

What is Genmoji in iOS 18 and how to use it? link

  • Genmoji, unveiled at WWDC 2024, is arguably one of the best features coming to iOS 18. An amalgamation of the words "generative AI" and "emoji," Genmoji lets you describe the emoji you'd like to create.
  • It lets you create an infinite number of emoji-like images using generative AI.
  • It is expected to arrive in beta sometime in July. Meanwhile, let's examine Genmoji in iOS 18 and how to use it.

What’s New in Apple Reminders in iOS 18? (Calendar Integration!) link

  • Apple Reminders is getting a long-awaited feature: calendar integration! You’ll be able to create, view, edit, and complete reminders right in the calendar app. And Reminders is getting a few other neat updates in iOS 18 and macOS Sequoia.
  • Let's take a look at everything you need to know about Reminders in iOS 18

All New Calculator & Math Note Apps on iOS 18 and iPadOS 18 link

  • The iPad will finally get a built-in Calculator app with iPadOS 18. The app features the same design elements as its iOS counterpart and can similarly be used as both basic and scientific calculators and for unit conversions. The larger display on the device will allow more buttons and functionalities to show up simultaneously. There is a History option that allows users to check previous calculations as well.
  • But this is not the main highlight of the app. A new Math Notes calculator has also been added to the Notes app that allows users to type or write out mathematical expressions.

Your iPhone 15 Pro’s Action button is getting more powerful in iOS 18 link

  • iOS 18 is a big release for new customization tools on your iPhone, enabling you to create a more personalized experience with your device than ever. There’s one such enhancement that’s built specifically for users of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. It brings new powers to the Action button.
  • Take a look at the additional new actions you can trigger with the Action Button on iOS 18.

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