iOS 18: A leap forward in customization and artificial intelligence on iPhone

iOS 18 will be more sparkling thanks to the ability to customize application icon colors according to personal preferences.

According to information from reputable Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, Apple's next operating system version - iOS 18 - promises to bring significant changes in customization and artificial intelligence integration (WHO).

One of the biggest highlights is that users will be able to customize the color and position of each application icon on the home screen, helping to personalize the interface according to personal preferences.

In addition, Apple is also developing a feature that allows creating custom emojis based on the user's message content, providing a more interesting and unique messaging experience.

iPhone customization will be enhanced in iOS 18.

iOS 18 is also expected to integrate many new AI features into core applications such as Notes, Photos, and Safari. These features will help users perform tasks more quickly and efficiently, while protecting their privacy. In addition, Apple is also collaborating with OpenAI to integrate AI into iOS 18, to improve the interaction and user support capabilities of virtual assistant Siri.

With significant improvements in both features and interface, iOS 18 is expected to be the biggest and most anticipated update in iOS history.

iOS 17.5.1 is one of the small updates of the iOS 17 operating system that Apple launched last September. Users can download iOS 17.5.1 (and iPadOS 17.5.1) on eligible iPhones (and iPads) over-the-air (OTA) by going to Settings > General > Software Update .

iOS 17.5.1 has just been suddenly released by Apple.

According to Apple's release notes, this iOS 17.5.1 update includes a fix for an issue that has made users extremely uncomfortable in the past, which can cause images to reappear in the gallery. Photos even long after they are deleted.

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“This update provides important fixes and resolves a rare issue where database-corrupted photos could reappear in the Photos library even after they were deleted,” Apple posted download in the update description statement.

Back last week, a number of complaints were reported by users stating that both iPhones and iPads were able to display old photos that they had permanently deleted. These images suddenly appeared after updating to iOS 17.5.

iOS 17.5.1 was released just a week after iOS 17.5 appeared.

The sudden reappearance of deleted images in the past makes many people feel worried about their private photos. Apple's information in the iOS 17.5.1 description indicates that it was a database corruption issue and that the new update should resolve the issue.

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