It’s likely at least three more months before Apple officially unveils iOS 12 at WWDC some time in June. But while we wait, iOS News and More has just unveiled an interesting iOS 12 concept with a number of new features.
The concept imagines a Split View mode coming to the iPhone.
With the iPhone X, the concept imagines that the new software would allow the authentication method to unlock the iPhone without needing to swipe up. Users can also choose to lock specific apps for added security.
A Guest Mode would only allow access to a limited number of apps like Maps, Phone, and Safari.
My favorite imagined feature is an App bar that would allow users to open select apps by pressing hard on the screen from right to left.
If you’re interested, definitely take a look at the complete concept here.
While many of these features look great, don’t hold out hope that Apple would actually add these to iOS 12. A recent report stated that Apple is focusing on stability in the next-generation software and the number of new features will be less than originally planned.