Apple will postpone the implementation of a number of significant functions that were originally intended for iOS 12, before the iteration of 2019. According to the Axios news resource, the corresponding order was given by Craig Federigi, vice president of software development.
Axios does not name the exact number of innovations that Apple decided to abandon until next year, but says they can relate to the features of the desktop, the Mail application, iOS compatibility with CarPlay, and collaborative photo editing in the cloud.
The decision to postpone the described functions was made in early January and is associated with the company's desire to focus on the stability of iOS 12 and increase the performance of compatible devices, says Axios. The implementation of these goals required the company significant human resources.
Obviously, in this way, Apple is trying to regain the trust of some of its customers. In the past, the company discredited itself by secret actions to extend the life of the iPhone by reducing their productivity, which eventually turned into a world-class scandal and multi-million suits.