iOS 12 Will Prevent Accidental Screenshots On iPhone X, Here’s How

Worried about accidental screenshots on iPhone X? Not now. With iOS 12 release, Apple has taken a step forward to help reduce accidental screenshots with a simple fix. iOS 12 brings with it several new features, fixes and other things, as we are learning more and more about what will be the big next iPhone and iPad software release later this year.

Today, we have the lesser known iOS 12 titbits that could be huge changes in the cumulative and they are all starting to find their way out of the woodwork. What we already shared are below and we have three more, starting with Apple Music searching.

Well, there are also a plethora of new additions in iOS 12 shown off at the opening stage of Apple’s WWDC 2018. While a lot was talked about, and many were hidden features not everything was shown due to the unavailability of time and schedule for other releases.

Now, we are hearing several new details on iOS 12. To sum it all up, iOS 12 is not a revolutionary release, rather it features various forward-facing additions and upgrades for the existing ones as well. If you own an iPhone X, you must have a stupid complaint about accidental screenshots. iOS 12 has come to solve it. Let’s check it out how it can prevent that situation.

Apple tweaks iOS 12 which will allow the iPhone X to prevent take accidental screenshots with a simple affix. Although it might be a small problem, it really an annoying and frustrating issue for iPhone X users. The unintended screenshots pile up in your device’s Photos app and take up space, which of course is a waste.

Preventing Accidental Screenshots

Accidental screenshots occur only when an individual pick up the iPhone X and unintentionally press the Volume Up and Power button. For that to stop, Apple has devised a simple fix for that unintended screenshots on iPhone X. The process of taking a screen picture remains the same, it will only register the command when the display of your device is turned on.

The above-mentioned fix is definitely a small change but it will apparently solve your worry of unintended screenshots, thereby limiting the number of screenshots you take accidentally.

The iPhone X comes with the Raise to Wake feature, since there is still some probability of accidental screenshots. However, Apple could most probably increase the time limit of the process in the final release of iOS 12. And also Apple implement an alternative method for taking a screenshot like a three finger swipe down which is available on the iPad. Nevertheless, we’re glad that Apple has taken note of the small error – this alone should prevent thousands of lock screens being accidentally snapped!

Update x1: Apple has also taken a better way to reduce accidental screenshots on iPhone X, as well as says that iOS 12 will improve Portrait Lighting and allows searching for Songs by Lyrics.

Portrait Lighting Improvements

Taking portrait photos is one of many’s favorites uses for the iPhone these days that has been since the Portrait Lighting feature was introduced with iOS 11. With iOS 12 this feature has also gained some new enhancements, I mean to say improvements, though it still carries that beta label that it has had since last year.

Portrait mode photos are better than ever. Camera now generates a mask when it detects a person and intelligently and elegantly separates the person from the scene.

Apple Music Lyrics Search

Searching for music is not exactly the most exciting factor but it’s something you would prefer most apps would have covered off by now, including Apple Music. That’s true – it does, but with iOS 12 installed, users, have noticed that Apple Music is now capable to discover or of finding songs even when users search for nothing more than some lyrics as their guide.

Possibly indicative of the software’s current beta moniker, this does not yet work for all songs. Apparently, we are sure you’re going to have fun finding which do and which do not work.

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