After hinting at including “Hey Siri” support for AirPods 2 in its next huge iOS 12.2 update, Apple is planning to add a brand-new function that will allow users to customize and adjust their Downtime schedule. Downtime is an iOS function that synchronizes throughout all iCloud devices enabling users to set a schedule only during which apps and call services are enabled on the gadgets. It was originally introduced with iOS 12 in 2015. In the previous iOS variations, the set Downtime schedule applied to every day.
“With iOS 12.2, you can now set custom Downtime for each day depending upon which day of the week it is. Lots of people will likely want Downtime to kick-in at a later time on the weekends than throughout the week and this new setting allows for that,” 9To5Mac reported on Sunday.
The function has actually made its method to the very first beta of iOS 12.2 that was launched recently together with other additions consisting of screen matching icon in the control centre, more comprehensive Apple Wallet interface (UI) and Air Quality index on the Maps among the others.
Furthermore, the iOS 12.2 beta has likewise exposed that Apple is working on a subscription service in Apple News in addition to handsfree voice command support in the next-generation of AirPods.
There has not been any official date set for the launch of iOS 12.2 as yet. Like other iOS variations, iOS 12.2 is likewise anticipated to go through a number of beta variations prior to getting to a steady construct.