A couple of weeks after the opening keynote of WWDC 2019 where Apple released the first developer beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS, it has now released the second developer beta of both operating systems. The new builds of both OSes should come with fewer bugs and stability issues than the original build.
iOS 13 Release Date, New Features, Rumors & News
Every year, Apple creates something new that is inspired by existing technology or just copies an app outright. Apple does it, so does Google. And this year is no different. Here are some of the apps, services, and features that Apple killed by integrating it directly in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
Apple is opening up NFC with iOS 13 on all iPhones and iPads. Once September arrives and iPhone users in Germany upgrade their device to iOS 13, they would be able to scan their German ID cards using their iPhone.
The upcoming iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 have quite a few new gestures. As the OS matures, the complexity also increases. And this is something we are seeing with iPadOS 13. Apple is now adding features to the iPadOS that are clearly meant for pro users. This means new and hidden gestures that can sometimes be a bit too confusing. Here are all the new gestures in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 that you should know about.
Right after the opening keynote of WWDC 2019, Apple released the first developer beta of iOS 13. Since it was the first beta build of iOS 13, it came with a number of bugs and stability issues. With Apple receiving a barrage of feedback from developers after releasing iOS 13 beta 1, many users are looking forward to the release of the second iOS 13 beta.
iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 are both big upgrades for iPhones and iPads around the world, packing a bunch of new features, performance fixes and stability improvements. However, not everything Apple showed off at WWDC 2019 was new and shiny.
The old Reminders app was getting a bit long in the tooth. It hadn’t been updated since iOS 7 days and it just didn’t look right on the new iPhones. Now, Apple has redesigned the whole Reminders app, rebuilding it from the ground up. It now revolves around four new sections, powerful lists, and natural language processing. In total, the new Reminders app is much easier to use, and a lot more powerful. Take a look at all the new Reminders feature in our hands-on post below.
A new OS update is more than just the big banner features. A good yearly update should come with changes to the existing features as well. Changes that make things better, or fixes flaws from the previous version of the OS. And iOS 13 does that, quite a lot. In some ways, it takes the last couple of years of small complaints and fixes them at once. Take a look at all the iOS 13 changes and settings you should know about.
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.