One of the key new features of iOS 13 is Dark Mode. After years of requests from users, Apple has finally added native Dark mode to iOS and it looks gorgeous especially on iPhones with OLED displays like the iPhone X/XS and iPhone 11 Pro. Here’s how you can enable Dark Mode in iOS 13 on your iPhone.
iOS 13 - iOS 13.3: The Complete Guide
After being much ignored for a couple of years, the Reminders app is finally getting an update that it deserves in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. The app has been redesigned for the modern iOS styling and features some smart to-do features that we’ve become used to in third-party apps. Here are all the new features in the Reminders app on the iPhone and iPad.
Safari update in iPadOS 13 is turning the iPad into a real computer. And most of those improvements make their way to the iPhone as well. You can now download files using Safari, and on the iPad, Safari will automatically open desktop websites. Here are all the new Safari features on the iPhone and iPad you should know about.
Apple today released the fourth developer beta of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1. Apple is scheduled to release iOS 13.1 to the public at the end of this month so this release is likely going to be all about bug fixes.
Later this week, Apple will release the first public build of iOS 13 for all compatible iPhones on September 19th. However, Apple has not announced exactly when it will release iOS 13 to the public on Thursday. Find out the release time of iOS 13 in your time zone here.
The Health app in iOS 13 gets a new dynamic Summary view with detailed insights and long-term charts. There’s also a new menstrual cycle tracking feature that is privacy-focused. Here are all the awesome new features in the Health app.
The Mail app in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 gets a small redesign and a whole lot of pro features. Not only does the Dark mode look gorgeous int he app, but you also can finally mute threads, and use desktop-class formatting with font selection on your iPhone and iPad. Here are all the awesome new features in the Mail app on the iPhone and iPad.
When Apple announced iOS 13 back at WWDC 2019, it did not boast about any battery life improvements with the OS. However, it is pretty common for new iOS releases to bring about a slight hit in battery life due to the sheer number of new features they bring to the table.
Apple will release the first public build of iOS 13 to the public later this week. However, the company released the Golden Master build of the OS to beta testers last week itself. With iOS 13 now ready for release, it will be interesting to see just how fast it is compared to the last stable release of iOS 12 and iOS 11.