Apple packs many new features in the iOS 13 update – virtually no core app has remained untouched. The news app is becoming more popular here, including new ways to dress and use your memoji.
The stable version of the new iOS update will be available to the public only this fall, but the new news features are available. In the developer beta that Apple announced at WWDC 2019. We'll revisit the following changes to make your iMessage experience even more enjoyable.
# 1. New Memoji Styles
Apple's interactive emojis get more customization features in iOS 13. If you create a Memoji in the News app you will be able to use the following in addition to the tools available: iOS 12:
- Earrings  Hats
The make-up tools allow you to choose from 15 different primary colors, but you can go further and adjust the saturation and brightness of each hue. Some of the new tooth options include a splitting tooth, a missing tooth and even gold crowns.
# 2. Memoji as stickers
If you've set up your new and improved Memoji, you'll be glad you got it outside the news app. If you now use the default keyboard, you can access the Memoji sticker section in other Apple apps, such as Mail, or in third-party apps, such as WhatsApp.
These stickers are essentially embedded as pictures They can be used in almost any messaging or communication app. In many ways, they are similar to Apple's version of Bitmoji. This feature requires an A9 chip or newer on your iPhone, ie an iPhone 6 S or later.
Memoji have their roots in Animoji, a pre-made emoji that lets you face them with Apple's AR capabilities. In the new iOS version, there are three new Animoji characters to choose from, bringing the total to 27 (from 24 to iOS 12).
The new Animoji characters are Mouse, Octopus and Cow. We do not have them in our hands yet, but we will update this guide with pictures as soon as we do.
So far, the way you appeared in other people's News app was adapted to them. You chose your name and photo when adding you as a contact, and from then on, when you sent them messages, it was displayed.
Under iOS 13, you can customize your avatar and display name in messages. Essentially, you'll set up an iMessage profile that can contain any name, photo, or even memoji. When you start a new conversation with someone, messages can automatically insert that information (including the avatar) into the other person's message app.
You can choose who will see your "profile" when you send a message to this person. You can share it for everyone, just for your contacts, or just once.
# 5. Cleaner Details View
When you're in a news thread on the avatar of a person or group on top of the Tapping Next to other controls, a small "i" button appears. Tapping this button takes you to the details pane, where you can open a face-to-face chat with the other party, call them, customize conversational notifications, and even view a list of all file attachments from the thread.  With as many features as in the detail window, it is understandably a bit chaotic. With iOS 13, Apple clears this menu to make it more user-friendly and clearer. We have not got that yet, but we will update this guide before and after screenshots as soon as we do that.
When you swipe down from the top of your message list, a search bar appears, allowing you to search for messages that contain specific keywords. IOS 13 displays messages, links, photos, and contacts that appeared in your most recent message activity before you even entered that search box. So chances are you'll find what you're looking for without actually looking!
To make the search even easier, you can now open a message thread and tap a button to in this thread to search. This makes it much easier to find messages sent by a specific person because they do not search the entire message history.
This function is more of a keyboard function than a message function. However, using the default keyboard to send text greatly improves the message experience.
Like Gboard, the standard keyboard in iOS 13 now has the gesture input. Instead of picking out every single letter of a word, you can simply slide your thumb over the keyboard and connect the dots between the letters – perfect for typing with one hand. Apple calls this new feature "QuickPath" typing, but it's the same basic functionality that was introduced in 2009 with the Swype keyboard.