Apple Inc. is providing the software that runs iPads and iPhones a vital facelift.

During the annual conference for developers on Monday, Craig Federighi revealed the iOS 12 with enhancements to the user interface and performance would be launched soon. The new tools would be effective at keeping a track of how often did people use their devices.

The updated products include multiplayer AR games support additional features for the Siri digital assistant and more ways to search for the images, block notifications and operate FaceTime video conference calls.

For a long period of time, the customers have been providing ill statements about the iOS software bugs. The previous year’s major release iOS 11, had a broad array of issues related to phone calls, false character and a cluster of other problems.

On Monday Apple said that devices would be launched up at a faster pace, while the focus would remain on enhancing the performance of its older device. There are lots of lurking changes to the iPhone Camera app that make shots faster.

Moreover, one can find an awesome update over the Siri app has undergone a voice-based update technology that has marked an innovation in the field. Apple has also planned to launch new shortcuts that would make managing device real fun. The company has also added that the Siri commands get 10 billion requests every week. However, the smartphone giant did not make any announcements to the enhancement in the Siri technology.

As per the Net Market share, the iOS operating system runs on iPhone, iPad and other iOS-powered devices held 29 percent market share versus 70 percent. Apple is less likely to upgrade to new software releases and responding that generate yields for the developers as well as the marketers.

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