Your iPhone now contains a “Measure” app that acts as a high-tech tape measure. Just launch the app, point your camera at something, and it will measure dimensions of objects in the real world.
Apple now finally lets you choose your preferred password manager on iPhone and iPad. Whether you prefer 1Password, LastPass, Dashlane, or anything else, you can use it just as conveniently as Apple’s built-in password manager.
iPhones and iPads finally group notifications thanks to iOS 12. Multiple notifications from the same app are bundled together, making the notification center less messy and overwhelming. But Apple still lets you “unbundle” notifications for individual apps.
Windows 10’s Photos app has a dark mode, and you can use it even if you’re not using the system-wide dark theme. Photoshop and other digital photography apps use dark themes to make the interface fades into the background, after all.
Apple’s new iPhone XR doesn’t include 3D Touch. App developers already didn’t use 3D Touch, but now they really won’t use it. Apple will have to design the iPhone operating system not to rely on 3D Touch so much.