iOS 18: concept foresees new control center, customizable home screen and more

iOS 18: concept foresees new control center, customizable home screen and more
iOS 18: concept foresees new control center, customizable home screen and more
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Considered the “biggest update in Apple’s history”, the future iOS 18 should integrate a series of features based on Artificial Intelligence and more customization options.

Taking advantage of all the public’s anxiety, the Cottpro channel decided to create a concept showing the main new features that iOS 18 should deliver for the iPhone 16 line and other older Apple smartphones.

According to the creators of the video, everything in it was based on rumors spread by people who have access to Apple’s plans.

Therefore, in iOS 18 users will be able to have a lock screen with a dock similar to that of macOS above the shortcuts. Furthermore, also we must highlight the new control center.

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A curious detail about the control center imagined by the designers is that it will have horizontal brightness and audio control. In other words, something very similar to what Chinese manufacturers offer in their interfaces that are “inspired” by the current iOS 17.

Another option highlighted in the video is the user’s ability to move application icons and allocate them however they see fit. This “freedom” is being studied by Apple, as Mark Gurman says the company will remove its “rigid grid” from the home screen.

The concept also introduces a horizontal home screen, something that has been desired by iOS users for years, but that Apple has never “addressed.” The possibility of using themes in the operating system is a feature that will certainly not be available.

In any case, the concept video already helps the most eager users to imagine the new software, and it will be detailed at the WWDC conference.


The article is in Portuguese

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