Apple is expected to announce iOS 12 at their Worldwide Developers Conference in June. The update isn’t expected to be as substantial of an update as iOS 11 was, in terms of the number of visible features.
Apple is expected to release iOS 12 with a bunch of bug fixes and stability improvements, which is long overdue for the mobile operating system. However, this hasn’t stopped Apple fans from dreaming up their vision of they would like to see the next version of iOS.
The first feature is the always-on display, which has been something Android users have been enjoying for years. While the display on many newer iPhones can be turned on by simply lifting the phone, the always-on feature would allow them to see the time and notification count without touching the phone.
Other highlights include lock screen complications, grouped notifications and group FaceTime calls. The team also designed a system-wide Dark Mode that looks pretty awesome.