Find out how much time you -- or your kids -- are wasting, erm, I mean, spending, in various apps and browsing the web. Be prepared to be shocked!
Let's be honest, notifications were a mess under iOS 11. Now iOS 12 tries to tame them by grouping them together on the lock screen, as well as giving up easy access to options to control how notifications are delivered and how many you see.
Make it easier to get time away from your iPhone by getting better control over the Do Not Disturb feature. You can now set Do Not Disturb specifically for events such as meetings or while you're at a particular location.
What's more, iOS 12 will turn it off automatically as soon as your event ends or you leave that location.
There are lots of new password features. For example, iOS 12 will be able to show passwords from third-party password manager apps in the QuickType suggestions by leveraging the new Password Manager API.
There is also autofill support for third-party password managers. And iOS 12 will automatically fill in the two-factor authentication codes you get via SMS.
Yes, you can now jazz up FaceTime calls, photos, and Messages with animated text effects, fun stickers and more.
Not only will iOS 12 create suggestions for recent events, people and places for you automatically, it can also make suggestions as you type to help you narrow down the photos you are looking for.
Siri gets better in iOS 12 by allowing you to create and run shortcuts for tasks that you might want to do at certain times of the day, as a result of an event, or when at a certain location.
If you're a Safari user then Apple has some new privacy features for you. Not only will Safari in iOS 12 now block Share buttons and comment widgets on web pages from tracking you without your permission, but it will also prevent advertisers from being able to track you as you browse the web.
The Apple Books, Stocks, Voice Memos have received a much-needed refresh.