Apple has not specified a release date for iOS 12.1, though beta versions have been in testing since mid-September. Among the most annoying bugs that will probably be crushed by iOS 12.1 is the "beauty-gate" issue. Instead of jam-packing the release with a bevy of new features, Apple with iOS 12 chose to focus on enhancing the overall user experience. The interesting thing about the new feature is the iPhone can track facial motion and automatically recognise them active speakers and brings to the forefront of the group chat. The size of the person's image then changes depending on how active they are being on the call.
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With the eSIM option, users will not need to put in a physical SIM card to access a cellular network.
iOS 12.1 will come with more than 70 new emojis including new characters with red hair, gray hair and curly hair, a new emoji for bald people. Hopefully, with the new update, this is fixed. The participants who are not active appears at the bottom of the screen until they speak. One can tap a specific person's tile and bring them to center as well.
When calling more than one person, FaceTime displays a notification that lets you instantly join a call without being disruptive.
Group FaceTime is integrated into Messages, so you can initiate a group call from within that app. Apple, however, doesn't even list Sprint as supporting the dual SIM iPhones just yet, and now the AT&T domino has fallen as well.