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A new feature called Screen Time also debuted in iOS 12 that attempted to make Apple fans more aware of how much time they spend on their hardware.

Having a conversation with that many people involved sounds like a management nightmare, but Apple came up with a few ways to keep things running smoothly. This includes eSIM support and dual-SIM connectivity, group FaceTime calls, and live Depth Control effect. But this is not the dual SIM support that we're used to here in Malaysia.

Here's how to update your device to iOS 12.1 so you can reap all these benefits and more.

However, a feature that did not arrive in iOS 12 was Group FaceTime that Apple promised would allow up to 32 people to engage in a video call at the same time.

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They are set to spend four days in New Zealand in total, before flying back to London on Wednesday. Others said that the mother-to-be should look to Prince Harry's cousin for lessons in the gesture.


One new iPhone camera trick highlighted during Apple's September keynote this year was the ability to adjust the level of background blur in Portrait mode shots.

With iOS 12.1, the company is upgrading the Depth Control feature for Portrait mode on the iPhone Xs with support for real-time preview. "Hey Nilesh! Please be informed that Esim functionality for iPhone XS Max will be available effective 30-Oct when Apple releases iOS 12.1 Thank you, Anmol P", reads the tweet. All that said, Apple's work with iOS 12 is far from over.

iOS 12.1 also brings more than 70 new emoji to the iPhone and iPad, including new characters with red hair, grey hair and curly hair, a new emoji for bald people, more emotive smiley faces and additional emoji representing animals, sports and food. Instead of choosing a frame with a short shutter speed to freeze motion and preserve detail, it would sometimes choose a frame with longer shutter speed. And it's fixed now.

Etisalat is positioning itself as one of the first telcos in the world to offer e-SIM support for the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. China is the only market where Apple will launch a different version of the new iPhones with two physical nano SIM card slots.


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