At the keynote event of the 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference on June 3, Apple’s software engineering director Craig Federighi proclaimed their thirteenth major release of the iOS mobile operating system named iOS 13 along with a series of its upcoming remarkable features. He ensured that Apple users will experience a dramatic new look with its dark mode and experience several functional updates in photos, maps, messages and much more. As well as iOS 13 will help users to manage their privacy and security. In case you are still on iOS 12 and planning to update, here are some new things that your iPhone can do with iOS 13.
Apple users will now see a change in most things that they do on their iOS devices:
- Unlocking a face id will now be 30% faster.
- App launch speed has been optimized to run 2x faster in iOS 13.
- App downloads will be 50% smaller and updates will be 60% smaller.
1. System-wide Dark Mode:
For the very first time, the dark mode introduces a climactic new look for iPhone and specifically designed for to make every element on the screen easier on the users inspect and, abled to change the entire appearance of the operating system from light to dark or set to automatically turn on at night.
With the system, wide dark mode option users can choose a custom schedule or on at sunset. All Apple apps like messages, mail, safari, music, etc. would be compatible with Dark Mode. Third-party app developers as well as all native Apple apps features, can take advantage of Apple’s new offering and integrate dark mode in their apps.
2. Renovated Photos App:
- With the new features of renovated photos app, users can create an entire photo library and highlights from their life by day, month, or year. To make the browsing process easier, Photos and videos are intelligently organized with users’ favorite memories.
- Editing images with the photo editing tools are now easier than earlier and with thee handy slider wheels available right at your fingertips when you tap the “Edit” button.
- In iOS13, most photo editing tools accessible for video editing, letting you rotate, crop, and apply filters to videos. In the Camera app, now users can make attractive Portrait Lighting adjustments depending on the aspect you’re going for, moving the light closer or further away.
- Now users can add elegant monochromatic effect to their Portrait mode photos which are already available Stage Light Mono effect as a supplementary monochrome capture choice for Portrait Mode fans called High-Key Mono effect.
3. Sign In With Apple:
Users already familiar with using the existing information from social networking services; such as Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn to sign in to third-party apps to dodge the annoyances of creating a new login account.
While pretty convenient, it can affect users’ privacy to a great extent.
iOS 13 comes with a solution to this issue and it’s called “Sign In with Apple”. Working at the back of a simple API, “Sign In with Apple” is a fast and easy way for users to sign in with simply their Apple ID.
Users can either choose to show their email address or hide it. And when they choose to hide their email, Apple creates a unique random email address and forward it to their real address.
4. Swipe-to-Text Keyboard:
Like Google’s keyboard, swipe typing feature is enabled by default in iOS 13. When you start typing a word and swipe your finger to each different letter without lifting your finger. Be vigilant not to press too hard, as you might randomly activate the digital trackpad. Once you’re done with the word and lift your finger and iOS will leave a space so you can start typing the next word. No need to touch the spacebar. To start the next word, just revolve the process.
5. New Memoji Customization Options:
Apple has included a new message feature with it’s brand new Memojis and Animoji acquisitions. Now it’s enabled to add in a profile picture and as well as you can change your name. Now it’s more obvious and simple to send emojis and stickers through a manuscript. There are lots of brand new customization alternatives for Memoji, including makeup, teeth, piercings, earrings, headwear, and glasses, along with more hairstyles and choices to further customize colors, Apple introduces a new class of Emojis and Animoji in iOS 13. It will automatically create sticker packs based on your emoji and Animoji aspects to represent a spectrum of emotions in messages.
- New Animoji:
Apple has added a new mouse, octopus, and cow options to the Messages and FaceTime apps.
- Memoji and Animoji Stickers:
Apple in iOS 13 has designed a bunch of Memoji and Animoji stickers that are based on your personal Memoji and the Animoji you utilize. You can apply the stickers in Messages to expose emotion, and the Memoji version is comparable to Bitmoji, with a diversity of various appearances.
6. Home and Home- Kit Secure Video:
Apple is working now on several distinguished updates to the Home app and the HomeKit tools in iOS 13. Convenient controls vary by device, but is customary, the difference executes options you check or use periodically (such as various light colors) easier to obtain. With HomeKit lights, for example, there’s the main display with brightness controls front and center (as it was before), but now, if lights have multiplied colors, you’ll see a variety of preferences at the bottom rather than having to tap on the color button at the bottom. There are also numerous new icons for different HomeKit types such as water sensors, motion sensors, and air quality sensors, making it more comfortable to recognize what’s what at a glance, and in iOS 13.1, the icons are going to get even more specific.
HomeKit Secure video is a forthcoming HomeKit API that is used to apprehend videos by your smart home cameras and you can interpret those videos by using homeported iPad, Apple TV, or HomePod.
And when it’s encrypted and securely sent to the icloud, no entity will be given the access to view it, not even Apple. It means only you alone can see the video footage. Apple offers 10 days of free iCloud storage for video contents that do not count against your iCloud data plan limits, — you need just to have a 200GB iCloud data plan for a single camera or a 2TB iCloud data plan ($9.99/month) for up to five home security cameras.
7. Siri and Siri Shortcuts:
Siri has a modernized voice that’s composed to sound more tangible, and it is remarkable when Siri is talking more longer phrases. Siri’s voice is now formed uniquely by software.
The SiriKit API is accessible to more third-party application developers, so you can now ask Siri to play music, podcasts, audiobooks, and radio content from third-party apps. Siri will, for example, be able to play music from Spotify if Spotify performs SiriKit support.
Siri Suggestions have been reckoned to Podcasts, Maps, and Safari, and Siri can distinguish content to add to Reminders in Messages and events in third-party apps. For radio fans, you can ask Siri to play live radio from more than 100,000 stations by entering radio streams from iHeartRadio, Radio.com, and TuneIn.
The Shortcuts app, included in iOS 12, is now a built-in app in iOS 13 and is installed by default. Apple has produced Shortcuts to be more conversational, and all Shortcuts content is now positioned in the Shortcuts app rather than some app-related content being housed in the Settings app, and the Shortcuts app will offer up Recommended Automations to assist you to generate personalized routines for streamlining your iOS usage.
A Shortcuts Automations characteristic, for performing automation within the Shortcuts app, will be coming in iOS 13.1.
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