Did you know that Safari has a 500 tab limit? It will remember up to 500 tabs without slowing down your iPhone or iPad. Of course, it won’t cache all of those web pages and managing those hundreds of tabs can be quite difficult too. I’m one of those people who do not like closing tabs, even though there’s a quick shortcut for it (tap and hold the tab switcher). It seems like the designers at Cupertino empathize with me as there’s a new way to automatically close Safari tabs in iOS 13.
iOS 13 - iOS 13.5.1: The Definitive Guide for iPhone Users
Earlier today, Apple released the fourth beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to developers. The new beta builds are more stable in nature and squash a number of bugs that were present in the previous builds. Apart from that as well, the developer beta 4 of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 come with a number of changes.
Apple has released third public beta for macOS Catalina, iOS 13 and tvOS 13. Last month Apple had released the second public beta and is now offering the latest version for the public testers.
Yesterday, Apple released the fourth beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. The latest beta comes with a number of bug fixes and improvements whilst also bringing some minor enhancements. What about performance improvements though which Apple promised when it first unveiled iOS 13 at WWDC 2019?
Apple today released the fourth beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. The latest beta comes with a number of bug fixes and stability improvements as Apple works towards the final public release of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 in September.
iOS 12 betas really spoiled us. They were surprisingly stable. Stable enough to be a daily driver. iOS 13 beta is not that. It’s quite bad. It’s filled with weird UI glitches, functionality and privacy bugs. Not to mention the battery issues. Plus, iCloud syncing for some apps is broken. This is true for both the developer betas and the public betas. Yes, the dark mode is epic, but you should wait for the final release in fall to try it out.
A bug has been discovered in iOS 13 beta which provides one with unauthorized access to all passwords, emails, and usernames stored by the Autofill feature. iOS 13 is still in beta stages so thankfully this bug is only going affect a limited number of people who are running the public or developer beta.
While Shortcuts app was released in iOS 12, it’s starting to come of age in iOS 13. It’s now baked into iOS and it supports true, trigger-free automation. Apple has also greatly simplified the process of creating complex shortcuts. This means that Shortcuts can do a lot more now. For example, you can use a shortcut to randomly apply a wallpaper from an album (or an online source) at a tap of a button, or on a daily basis.
If you are running the beta build of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, or macOS Catalina, you can sign into iCloud on the web using Face ID or Touch ID. This is a new login procedure that Apple is testing as a part of iOS 13/iPadOS 13/macOS Catalina.
Ignorance is bliss. And this is best applicable to unknown callers. Anyone who’s not in your contact book. They’re either a spam caller, a robocall, or an unknown number that you probably don’t want to talk to. If you’re privileged enough that you don’t need to pick up calls from anyone for your job or personal life, you can automate this blissful process using a new feature in iOS 13. Learn how to automatically silence unknown and spam calls in iOS 13.