Apple has changed the way people send photos through the Messages app in iOS 12.
Whereas in iOS 11, where users only need to click the camera icon in Messages to summon their Camera Roll, iOS 12 will force users to click the App Store button in Messages, and then the Photos button, every time they want to share a photo from their phone.
Though Apple is likely trying to encourage more people to download Messages-specific apps, moving the Camera Roll like this is an extra and unnecessary step that does not feel at all intuitive.
Apple made a really annoying change to the way you send photos to people in iOS 12.
Currently, in iOS 11, clicking the camera icon next to the Messages field lets you either take a picture, or select a photo from your Camera Roll, as you can see below:
In iOS 12, clicking the camera icon only lets you take a picture. To get to your Camera Roll, you need to visit the App Store icon next to the Messages field, and then select the Photos icon.
It’s an extra, unnecessary step for users.
The tweet below shows how sharing photos will work in iOS 12:
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Source:: Businessinsider – Tech