These are the changes that will come to FaceTime, Siri and Wallet that Apple had not said anything about

New details continue to be discovered in the beta of iOS 18, the iPhone version that Apple will officially launch in September

These are the changes that will come to FaceTime, Siri and Wallet that Apple had not said anything about
What’s new in iOS 18 in FaceTime, Siri, and Wallet

iOS 18 has arrived with big changes, such as customization of the home screen, Control Center, and the ability to lock apps with Face ID. However, it also includes other changes that Apple does not mention in the presentation Keynote and that we discover later, such as those that have come to FaceTime, Siri and Wallet.

iOS 18 is currently in development, which means it’s not stable. The beta version for the public will be released next month and the official version in September. But, if you want to know if it is recommended or not, we have tested it thoroughly for a week to determine it.

The changes that have also come to FaceTime, Safari and Wallet in iOS 18

As for FaceTime, in the iOS 18 beta release notes it can be seen that the company’s video calling service will use more mobile data with Low Power mode activated in low connection conditions, with the aim of improving call quality.

During the last WWDC 2024, there was a lot of talk about Siri, the features it will receive in the future and what its new interface will be like. However, it was not mentioned that iOS 18 will improve the audio on the speakers of vehicles that do not support CarPlay and work with Bluetooth. The setting will be available in Settings > Siri > Siri Responses.

As for Wallet, users who add an identification document, such as a driver’s license, will be asked for a Live Photo as an add-on that the device will analyze to verify the user’s identity. Remember that the possibility of adding this type of document is only available in some states in the United States.

Small details that may not be as important as those mentioned in the presentation, but that you also have to know to know everything about iOS 18 and other versions that will arrive on Apple devices in September, when the official versions of iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS Sequoia and watchOS 11



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