iOS 12 Concept Features Simplified Interface, Guest Mode, Face ID Protected Apps, More

iOS 12 Concept Features Simplified Interface, Guest Mode, Face ID Protected Apps, More

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Check out this new iOS 12 concept by Ascending News featuring a simplified user interface, guest mode, the ability to secure apps with Face ID, and more.

Highlights:
● Simplified user interface for a cleaner and more aesthetically pleasing design.
● Grouped notifications to efficiently sort multiple alerts
● A simpler and easier way to offload data to free up local storage space
● Limit access to apps in the event you lend your phone to another person.
● With fewer pixels to power, the display requires less power to save battery.
● When always-on display is activated, tap the screen to get quick information at a moments glance.
● Lock apps with Face ID or Touch ID to ensure only your can open them.

Take a look at a few images below or hit the link to view the entire gallery on Instagram.

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iOS 12 Concept Features Simplified Interface, Guest Mode, Face ID Protected Apps, More

iOS 12 Concept Features Simplified Interface, Guest Mode, Face ID Protected Apps, More

iOS 12 Concept Features Simplified Interface, Guest Mode, Face ID Protected Apps, More

iOS 12 Concept Features Simplified Interface, Guest Mode, Face ID Protected Apps, More

iOS 12 Concept Features Simplified Interface, Guest Mode, Face ID Protected Apps, More

truthbringer - January 26, 2018 at 3:23pm
there needs to be a multi user login. depending on which fingerprint id. in each user mode, you can control which apps show and which are hidden. this way people can hide their dating apps and messages. if you help people to cheat, people will pay any price for an iPhone.
Dabears - January 25, 2018 at 12:33pm
How about Beast Mode?
D4xM4Nx - January 25, 2018 at 9:41am
I like the display concepts offered here. We on iOS 10.2 already have Bioprotect, and it works damn great with both, password or Touch ID. Also nice are grouped notifications we can do with Cydia right now... Too bad Apple goes backwards for a worse experience as iOS 11 has been.
Ocanefun - January 25, 2018 at 3:22am
They should make Siri talk to you when you set a timer instead of having to hear those annoying sounds. Sometimes when you set a timer and you’re cooking and have dirty hands or they’re wet and don’t want to press the button, it would be better if Siri spoke to you when the timer was up and gave you the option of telling her or him to stop by speaking it.
Neolm09 - January 24, 2018 at 8:22pm
Here we go again, the beginning of the cycle, iOS 12 concept and iPhone 11/XI concept.
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