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So far iOS 12 has been great, it is noticeably faster. So far, I only noticed one thing that I didn't like: the Music app on the iPad seems a bit janky. Certain transitions are not well animated, it took me a while that I am supposed to scroll also horizontally, and overall it seems like another attempt at making a UI for Music in the post-iTunes era. (I'm a bit harsh, because I felt a bit like an idiot trying to navigate the app.)
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Sep 18, 2018, 08:51 PM
 
Well, all good except one thing: they [email protected] changed the iPad keyboard layout - swapped the numbers key with the keyboard change key.

It’s impossible to get rid of the muscle memory. I’m constantly changing keyboards now.

-t
     
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I don’t know if it has anything to do with iOS 12 being available, but, starting yesterday, I’ve been getting constant push notifications from Apple to activate two-factor authentication.
     
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Sep 19, 2018, 03:43 AM
 
I just put it on my iPad Mini 2.

It had iOS 10, which was pokey.

12 feels... about as pokey, which is actually rather impressive.
     
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Originally Posted by turtle777 View Post
Well, all good except one thing: they [email protected] changed the iPad keyboard layout - swapped the numbers key with the keyboard change key.

It’s impossible to get rid of the muscle memory. I’m constantly changing keyboards now.

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Yes!

ARRRGH
     
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This binding spell will come in handy!

     
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Marking everything as read doesn’t crash Mail anymore.

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I don’t know if it has anything to do with iOS 12 being available, but, starting yesterday, I’ve been getting constant push notifications from Apple to activate two-factor authentication.
Sadly we no longer live in a carrot and stick mentality when it comes to security/software updates. It’s all stick now.
     
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Originally Posted by And.reg View Post
Hey here's a little test, on iOS 12 with an iPad Pro.

If I have the iPad charging via the usual 12W USB-A charger, I can use TouchID to unlock and get to the home screen.

But if I want to do fast charging by connecting a lightning to USB-C cable and use a Chotech 18W USB-C charger (not Apple, but it is a genuine USB-C charger, works with my iPhone), TouchID is not recognized. iPad still works and charges like normal, but I can't unlock without going to a passcode.

Any idea if a future iOS 12 update will fix this? How would I even report something like this officially?
I have never seen this issue. Unless charged on the dresser overnight, I've charged my iPads primarily via USB-C for over a year and a half now.

Just tested it with the 87W Apple MacBook Pro Charger and the Apple USB-to-Lightning Cable on a 10.5" iPad Pro running iOS 12. Works fine via Touch ID, immediately.
     
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Not sure if it’s new in iOS 12, but I’ve just noticed that the Music app finally lets us sort albums by date.

YAY!
     
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Originally Posted by turtle777 View Post
Well, all good except one thing: they [email protected] changed the iPad keyboard layout - swapped the numbers key with the keyboard change key.

It’s impossible to get rid of the muscle memory. I’m constantly changing keyboards now.

-t
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Yes!

ARRRGH
I don’t iPad enough for this to get me, but on my phone, splitting Camera and Photos in iMessage is a massive annoyance.

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I finally got around to updating my iPhone 8 and iPad overnight (and my watch, which only had an update after I had my iPhone at iOS 12). So far the biggest things I’ve noticed are that the message colors in Messages are more saturated, and that the update moved many of my icons around - quite a lot.

My iPad does seem to have a bit more run time than before, too. I haven’t done anything particularly taxing with either device, but it’s been OK so far.

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Originally Posted by turtle777 View Post
Well, all good except one thing: they [email protected] changed the iPad keyboard layout - swapped the numbers key with the keyboard change key.

It’s impossible to get rid of the muscle memory. I’m constantly changing keyboards now.

-t
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Yes!

ARRRGH
Thank God Apple this was fixed in the latest update.

I’m not sure how this type of error can happen - still sounds more like an idiotic attempt of fixing something that wasn’t broken in the first place.

-t
     
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This new ‘proactive’ Siri drives me bananas - not only are they often wrong or useless, they’re also creepy. It took me over 20 minutes to manually shut this stuff off, bot sure what Apple is smoking. If they are planning on pushing this proactive/smart crap they better let us turn it all off. Easily.
     
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This new ‘proactive’ Siri drives me bananas - not only are they often wrong or useless, they’re also creepy. It took me over 20 minutes to manually shut this stuff off, bot sure what Apple is smoking. If they are planning on pushing this proactive/smart crap they better let us turn it all off. Easily.
I actually like it. When I have a meeting, it suggests that I open the Skype meeting link to dial in to it. If I'm late to the meeting, that will certainly save me some time and stress.
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The battery lasts longer than before on my iPhone 8 since upgrading to iOS 12. No other dramatical changes I have seen on my device
     
   
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