iOS 13 Release Date, New Features, Rumors & News
iOS 13 is a massive update that introduces a plethora of new features and enhancements. It comes packed with a number of major new features and enhancements aimed at improving the overall usability of the OS. Despite packing some major headlining features though, iOS 13 does little to improve the home screen experience on the iPhone.
iOS 13 is an update of finallys. One of them much-awaited, but hard to believe features in the Safari Download Manager. It’s one of those features that you didn’t think would actually be here. It’s quite hidden and doesn’t show up until you actually find a download link. But when it does, it works quite well. Here’s the new Safari Download Manager for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
After years of wishing for it, Apple has finally unleashed the Dark mode. And how. Once enabled, it is system-wide. It stretches from the dynamic wallpaper, to the widgets screen, to the Settings screen. And soon, Apple will be able to automatically switch to dark mode as well. Learn all about it, in our hands-on post below.
Apple is known for “Sherlocking” jailbreak tweaks and integrating them into iOS itself and iOS 13 is no exception to Cupertino giant’s usual copying.
One of the most interesting changes in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 is the curiously named Find My app. It clubs the Find my iPhone and Find My Friends app into one. And add some intriguing new features. Chief of which is the fact that you’ll be able to find your devices even when they’re offline. Take a look at our hands-on below to understand how the new Find My app works.
At WWDC 2019, Apple only briefly talked about Voice Control in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. The feature aims to make it easier for users with a disability to interact with their iPhone/iPad or Mac by solely using their voice. If a demo of Voice Control by AgileBits, the folks behind 1Password is anything to go by, Voice Control is going to be a game changer accessibility feature.