Apple ios 12.1 launch new features Have A Nasty Surprise: While iOS 12 is packed with great secret features. However, there are some serious mistakes, including the embarrassing thing that brought us to iOS 12.0.1. Now Apple AAPL -1.55% has the first significant update available – Apple iOS 12.1 – but Nasty surprise mind hidden behind the most significant launch new feature …
Apple iOS 12.1 Brings launch new features of Predictable Group Hideo Video Initially, the contract for iOS 12 features was pushed back to this version. Apple’s small print reveals the sad reality is that millions of iPhone and iPad owners will not be able to use it.
The Apple iPhone user guide for Apple iOS 12.1 specifies that FaceTime will not access iPhones and iPads that are compatible with Apple iOS 12. Many are missing. iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, New iPad 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4 and iPod Touch 6th Generation
Yes, there are so many devices, but why?
Apple has not spelled it out. However, the answer seems to be that the group’s FaceTime video call is an intense processor, and there are no devices that use the A8 or earlier chipsets. The A8X chipset on the iPad Air 2 scrapes. Especially the A9 powered SE SE also works well.
Apple has confirmed that the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners will be supported for FaceTime calling. This call to ‘FaceTime’ without any face seems to be a stretch. However, it is better than nothing.
That said, I expect a lot of angry iPhone and iPad users feel short when Apple releases iOS 12.1 (expected next week). There is also disclosure too because Apple has not informed the user that even though The group will have a compatible iPhone or iPad, but FaceTime will limit the geographic area when it launches. There are no details at this time. However, Apple should reveal the launch of the upcoming iPad.
In defense of the company, Apple’s long-term support for its devices will be unparalleled. Excluding all of these models from bulk video calling, FaceTime (when lower resolution calls are optional) seems to suggest that Apple wants these old iPhones and iPad owners to upgrade.