And Apple will further improve it as it gets closer to the first major iOS 12 update, iOS 12.1, which is already available in beta. It was initially present in the first few beta releases of iOS 12 but Apple pulled it down the line for some unknown reasons.
This is simply not possible now, but 9to5Mac spotted a new daemon in iOS 12 beta 1 called avatarsd, with further clues leading to the belief that this will allow iCloud syncing of Memoji faces.
As per Apple's release notes (via 9to5 Mac), the iOS 12.1 beta SDK comes bundled with Xcode 10.1, which is available for download from the Apple Developer Program download page.
Apple broke FaceTime for users who were refusing to upgrade to iOS 7 in April 2014, The Register reported, citing court documents.
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To test that hypothesis, the research team placed octopuses in an interconnected three-chamber tank meant to test sociability. And those octopuses spent significantly more time, on average 15 minutes, in the room with another male octopus.
As a counter to Apple's claim, the report stated the company allowed a digital certificate to expire prematurely, which caused FaceTime to stop working on devices that didn't use iOS 7. Dual-SIM support for iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS will also be released. As Apple promised, the feature is back in the upcoming version.
Separately, developer Steve Troughton-Smith shared on Twitter screenshot of iOS 12.1 code, which hints at landscape orientation support for Face ID. The app is used to ease the setup process of a new Apple device, and the fresh development means that it is being updated to help users how to use the new gestures on a new iPad model that is launching soon.
As for what's coming, nothing's official yet, but there have been plenty of rumors describing a new iPad Pro with Face ID and no home button (check out the renders below).