For the newer iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, iOS 12.1 will enable Depth Control in camera preview and dual SIM support via eSIM. The update brings with it a host of new features, most important of which is the belated arrival of the group FaceTime feature. That means it'll support up to 32 users at once - more importantly, it'll automatically feature the person that's speaking so your giant calls don't descend into chaos. Each of these variations is available across the full set of skin existing tones.
One of the huge features arriving in iOS 12.1 is Apple's adjustable bokeh - background blur - for Portrait Mode photos. You can delete the download by opening the Watch app, then going to General Software Update scroll up Delete download.
As it prepares for its next hardware event of 2018, Apple looks to be applying finishing touches to the next version of iOS. iOS 12.1 will bring a bunch of new upgrades to the iPhones, the biggest of which will be the dual-SIM functionality on the 2018 models.
Also, Group FaceTime is integrated into the Messages app, making it easy to start a Group FaceTime right from a group iMessage chat. During a group call, Facetime will automatically detect the active participant and bring them to the forefront. The size of the person's image then changes depending on how active they are being on the call. In addition to the built-in physical SIM, as of iOS 12.1 you can add a second line to your phone via an eSIM.
When calling more than one person, FaceTime displays a notification that lets you instantly join a call without being disruptive.
There are over 70 and they include the following emojis: bagel emoji, new characters with red hair, grey hair and curly hair, a new emoji for bald people, more emotive smiley faces and additional emoji representing animals, sports and food.