With iOS 12, Apple wants to rectify iOS' performance woes, proving to their customers that iOS updates should never induce digital regret. Perhaps more notably though, iOS 12 doesn't have a single consumer feature that encapsulates this release – like Messages might have been for iOS 10 or the iPad for iOS 11. Instead, iOS 12 is a constellation of enhancements revolving around the overarching theme of time.
Each Fall Apple releases a new version of iOS, the operating system that powers iPhones and iPads the world over. In line with that release Federico Viticci releases his comprehensive review on MacStories. This year his review focused less on the nitty-gritty technical details and more on the user experience of iOS 12 as well as the major features it brings. I highly recommend reading the entire review but if you only want to hit the highlights he has broken his review into chapters so you can easily find the sections most important to you.