According to people familiar with the change, Apple will continue to have an annual release, but engineers will focus on features that will be released over the next two years, allowing them to move out features that aren't flawless yet.
While it may suck to wait for new features, it will result in a better overall experience for iPhone and iPad users.
According to Bloomberg, however, this is more than just a periodic pause for Apple to catch its metaphorical breath.
A report surfaced this year that Apple was planning to slow-down update process for iOS 12 with a focus on performance over new features. Apple plans to integrate into FaceTime, letting people put virtual faces over themselves in video calls.
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Apple is on the path to finding "Peace", the internal name of iOS 12 due out this fall.
Instead of meeting tight deadlines and ticking checklists, development teams might have more say in how certain features that eventually make their way to the final build - or delay them entirely if more polishing is needed.
For the past year, armchair analysts and experts have been debating whether the glitches mean that the quality of Apple software is getting worse. Given the troubles Apple has had with its latest versions of iOS, focus on the fundamentals likely wouldn't hurt.
Additionally, there will be new features for the Apple Pencil, as well as a switch in the Mail app to silence selected email threads. Some of the features mentioned include the ability to run several apps within one app and shift between them just like you would do on a Mac when changing browser tabs. The universal apps feature will come to Macs with the upcoming macOS 10.14 known internally as "Liberty". Unlike Google, which introduces new capabilities in a piecemeal fashion as individual apps are updated, Apple goes for an all-or-nothing approach.
The description of the new iOS version reveals no redesign of the home screen or unique features, unlike previous versions. First, Apple is going to fix some low-hanging fruits with nice-to-have features on iOS. By the way, there is a possibility of release of iOS 12 for the next year - about it a couple of times said, not the most senior Apple employees, but so far no prerequisites for this no. A related enhancement would have also allowed users to let two screens from the same app run side-by-side.