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iOS 13: Everything You Need to Know!

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iOS 13 was announced at WWDC 19, many of the amazing features were showcased in the event but not all. As there are many new features in the new OS we have made a list to show you what’s coming up.

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First of all, just like the iOS 12 the new iOS 13 is more about the blazing fast performance increase. Apple has drastically lowered the App size by 50% and updates will be 60% smaller.

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iPhone devices with FaceID, unlocking with FaceID is 30 percent faster than before.  There are not many cosmetic updates to the new iOS but there are some changes to make everyone happy.

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Systemwide Dark Mode is finally here, all the apps can be now in a darker theme. Dark Mode can be toggled on at will or set to activate on a schedule. It will also bring better battery life on iPhones with OLED Displays.

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Many apps got a makeover with the new update, but photos got amazing attention, using photos app is now very intuitive. There’s a new main view that organizes and curates your Photos to show you a selection of highlights by day, month, or year, and you’ll notice that videos in this view autoplay.

The image editing interface gets new features, it now easier to make quick edits to your images, and there are new Portrait Lighting adjustments for moving the light closer or further away depending on the look you’re going for.

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Sign In with Apple feature is also a major privacy-protecting change, offering up a convenient way to sign into apps and websites. It basically adds one more button like “Sign in with Facebook” & “Sign in Google“. It is a better and more secure way to login into different applications.

Apple ID authenticates your account with TouchID or FaceID, and apps are even able to generate single-use randomized email addresses so developers and companies never get your real info. Apple is really focusing on data security with all the data related incidents happening over the past 2 or 3 years.

“Find My” app now integrates Find My iPhone & Find My Friends apps together.  It comes with one of the best new features Apple announced – an option to track your devices even when they’re offline by leveraging other nearby iOS devices.

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The new and improved Maps app now features broader road coverage, updated pedestrian data, and more detailed landcover, but the biggest update which was made is a feature called Look Around, which is basically Apple’s version of Google’s Street View.

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Apple has made the Reminders app so much more useful. Messages now have a new Profile feature for sharing your name and photo with people. You can also use a Memeoji as your Messages profile feature.

There are a ton of new Memoji customization options, and three new Animoji: a cow, octopus, and mouse. There are many new Memoji customization options, and three new Animoji a cow, octopus, and mouse.

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There are updates to AirPods, CarPlay, HomePod, and more. CarPlay has a new interface, HomePod supports Handoff which allows you to transfer music from an iOS device to the HomePod, and with AirPods, you can connect two to a single iPhone to share what you’re listening to.

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A new swipe-based QuickPath keyboard option has been added, and Apple made it easier to edit text with scrolling improvements and smoother cursor movement. It might not be the greatest upgrade ever, but Apple took nearly 10 years to finally announce it.

There is a new Volume HUD, it no longer comes between you and the content you’re looking at. It now has more of an Android Q like interface, this simple design was needed by Apple users for a very long time.

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The Health app has a new feature for monitoring hearing health, and there’s a new Cycle Tracking option for tracking menstrual cycles. There are also tons of iPad-specific changes, but we’ll go over those in a separate iPadOS blog coming later this week.

Updates in action:

The new iOS 13 is only available for Developers right now, the public Beta will be released in July, and for everyone else, the update will come later this fall.

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