The addition of these features was previously leaked by Bloomberg, but the details on how they worked wasn't yet known.
Apple's new wireless charging mat AirPower, which was first announced alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone X a year ago and has been slated for release in 2018, could also make an appearance. IOS 12 promises to improve devices' performance, provide you with an experience unlike any other, and finally solve the iPhone's problematic battery issue.
There are certainly features that many Apple fans will love. And when you swipe down from that corner, you'll see the Control Center spring down, just like it does on iPhone X.
Meanwhile, Apple is also introducing better ways to manage your notifications.
The photos app will become more dynamic, offering search suggestions such as "hiking" and categorising events by place and time, with a separate "For You" tab offering suggestions for edits or people you may want to share images. Siri also got a small upgrade.
A fun little feature of macOS Mojave is the new Dynamic Desktop. That means notifications will not just be grouped by app, but also by topic and thread. Using this store also is one of the safest places you can go to get all kinds of apps for your Mac PC.More news: How to stream NASA’s mysterious Mars announcement today
Another part of Apple's digital wellbeing features includes reporting over how you spend time on your device. Even if the new autofill option in Safari is a pain to use in practice, the browser will still help your privacy, as it will, for example, warn you when you use one and the same password for multiple services, and offer to augment it. Screen time is an app which shows how long you have been on the apps specifically and allows people to set daily limits for usage of various applications.
FaceTime is now better with Group FaceTime and can support up to 32 participants, you can also apply camera effects to your FaceTime call with Animojis as well.
Reports in the United States also suggest Apple could introduce a tool to help users better manage their time on their devices as part of efforts to improve digital well-being.
You can publish your app as soon as it's approved, or manually release it on a specific day. When it comes to third-party apps, the story is slightly different as none of them have been updated to take advantage of Apple's new mobile OS.
There likely will be more announcements made later this summer on other new features coming to the new Mac App Store.