Bad news, iPhone users: Apple looks set to push back a number of big updates to iOS until next year.
Major upgrades to the home-screen design, in-car user interfaces, photo-editing tools and the mail app have been delayed until 2019, according to Axios.
However, this year will reportedly see improvements to augmented reality, as well as parental controls and digital health. Apple are also apparently working on making iPhones less prone to customer support issues.
Look, all we want is for our batteries to last more than half a day. Is that too much to ask for, Apple?
The schedule changes were apparently announced by the company’s software head Craig Federighi at a meeting earlier this month.
Digital Spy has reached out to Apple for comment.