Meet The Things Apple Launched At Today's Event Alongside iOS 12.1

As we are still embracing Apple iOS 12, which comes with amazing new features, like Group Facetime, dual SIM support, camera improvements, new emoji, and more. The first release will be rolling out starting from today. 

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1. Group FaceTime

Originally, Apple announced "Group FaceTime" feature back in June at WWDC, Group Facetime will allow up to 32 people to FaceTime together at one time. 

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The Apple "Group FaceTime" feature will allow the 32 participants to be able to use Animoji and Memoji.

Camera Improvements

As Apple announced the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, the camera features were really talked up especially the real-time depth of field control. While that feature was not available at launch, iOS 12 .1 brings it to all compatible phones (XS, Max, XR). This will make your portrait photos even better.

Speaking of making portrait photos better, 12.1 also fixes the “beautygate” bug, which causes photographs to be overly smoothed like so many “beauty cams” do. 

Dual SIM Support

The XS, XS Max, and XR are the first iPhone to support dual SIM cards, but this feature was not active at launch. It is with 12.1, so you’ll be able to run two carriers at the same time on a single phone.

New Emoji

What’s an iPhone update without a new emoji? I submit that it is no update worth talking about. To solidify 12.1’s relevance, over 70 new emoji are on board here. Phew—there for a second we thought this whole thing was one big waste of time.

iOS 12.1 is rolling out today, head into Settings > General > Software Update to grab it once it becomes available.
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