Apple continues to releaseand beta updates, which will lead to the expected launch next month. We've been using the beta software since its release in June to give us a clear picture of how the new operating system updates are working and what kinds of questions you may have that we can answer. With the release of iOS 13, makes your faster, smarter, and safer. New features include the gesture-based QuickPath keyboard (19459014), Unknown Caller Blocking Tool (19459005), new Photo Editing Tools (19459005), and Dedicated Dark Mode (19459014). ,
There are also new maps tools that finally close the loophole to Android security features such as ($ 249 at Walmart) more productive.and the ability to customize . New tools also make your iPad
With iOS 13, Apple once again challengesin an endless battle for the most powerful, private, and easy-to-use operating system. Sounds dramatic, but with Android on about 90% of the world's phones, Apple has to give up work to preserve its status and reputation.
Although we know a lot about the key features of iOS 13 – remember, we used them first hand – Apple could unlock even more features from iOS 13 with the announcement of the iPhone 11Withdrawn some surprises associated with the .
Apple's ability to attract buyers for iOS 13 is particularly important in 2019.in step with competitors across the board. In the meantime, the next iPhones are likely to lag behind their Android rivals, with support for 5G speeds, for ultra-clear camera shots. Over the years, however, Apple has proven that it can create essential software tools and apps, such as FaceTime video and .
Install the public beta for iOS 13
Apple is expected to officially release iOS 13 and iPadOS in September this year. However, you do not have to wait as Apple released a version of iOS 13 through its public beta program.
The pre-release version of the software is harsh and has many bugs and features that are not working yet. Therefore, only install the beta version when you are ready to fix bugs or to troubleshoot the next few months.
If you're prepared for some bugs, you can installas follows. And here's is done.
See if your iPhone or iPad works with the new operating systems.
Here is the official list of devices that run iOS 13 and iPadOS 13:
Devices that support iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
|iPhone XS||iPad Pro with 12.9 inches|
|iPhone XS max||iPad Pro with 11 inches|
|iPhone XR||iPad Pro with 10.5 inches|
|iPhone X||iPad Pro with 9.7 inches|
|iPhone 8||iPad (6th generation)|
|iPhone 8 Plus||iPad (5th generation)|
|iPhone 7||iPad mini (5th generation)|
|iPhone 7 Plus||iPad Mini 4|
|iPhone 6S||iPad Air (3rd generation)|
|iPhone 6S Plus||iPad Air 2|
|iPod Touch (7th generation)|
Stopping Unknown Callers
Using a single key, you can effectively prevent. When enabled, iOS 13 only allows calls from contacts and numbers that are in emails or messages.
All others are forwarded directly to voicemail.
Faster Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Choice
For years, we've thought it makes sense to have a way to connect to Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth devices through the Control Center instead of requiring it Open the app settings and tap several times.
With iOS 13, Apple has finally made it possible to viewwithout ever opening the settings. Hallelujah. For us this fixes one of the most annoying quirks of the iPhone.
This Extra Keyboard
Android users have skipped their keyboards to type them through a range of third-party apps, such as Swype and SwiftKey. Apple has finally added the feature that lets you trace a word to phrase it.
Apple calls it QuickPath Typing. Theoretically, it's faster and just as accurate as picking on the virtual keyboard, and you still get spelling suggestions as you continue.
This feature is especially useful for one-handed writing and can be used once you have iOS 13 installed..
Dark Mode for All
Replacing the usual bright screen with a dark screen is available for all major iOS 13 apps, including Calendar, Music, and Video Photo Apps.
This seems to be system-wide, but we have to see if there are exceptions.is a popular trend for all apps and will also apply to . Here's .
Photos app adds video editing tools
The photos app has been completely redesigned. Organizing and editing photos is now easier and the editing tools have a new look. Most impressive, however, is the ability to use all known video editing tools in the photo app.
Yes, that means you can apply filters, adjust the brightness, and even crop a video right in the photo app. This is
The iPad is evolving into its own computer platform, and with it come numerous new gestures that can be bypassed apps and the homescreen. Whether you're opening multiple apps or switching quickly between workspaces.
One of the best things about using new software is finding features that have not been announced. Often, these features are most notable in a larger update, and.
Of course hidden features must actually be discovered, so the current list of hidden features to highlight is currently 11. If we find out more, this list will certainly grow.
Custom Fonts in Apps
Apple continues to restrict the selection of fonts for iOS as a whole. However, the company is opening iOS 13 to allow custom fonts in apps.
The added flexibility may be an indicator that Apple loses control of all aspects of the user experience. We have not had a chance to give it a try, but rest assured, once Apple releases new fonts in the App Store, we'll have it all behind us. This is all we know about.
Find My Phone and Find My Friends join forces
Apple has combined Find My Friends and Find My iPhone into a single. In addition to the combination of apps, Apple added the feature of finding lost devices for people you do not even know.
If you mark one of your Apple devices as lost, Apple will overcrow the location of the device, prompting all Apple devices to look for your device's Bluetooth signal. As soon as another Apple device finds your lost phone, tablet or computer, you will receive a warning message. According to Apple, the free service is completely anonymous and encrypted.
Sign in to Apple Does Not Share Your Email Address
A new privacy feature called Logging In to Apple logs you into accounts and apps without having to add your email address, like Apple does says protects users from third-party apps they want to track.
This is the Apple version for logging in to Facebook and Google, with one big exception. These tools can be used to track you online, but the Apple version uses your iPhone or iPad to authenticate your credentials when you log in. They tap to authenticate with Face ID without revealing personal information about themselves.
You can also share or hide your e-mail address and ask Apple to create a random e-mail address for the app or service that will be redirected to your actual e-mail address. This will mask your actual identity without you having to use a junk account.
Apple is also blocking apps that track your location over Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and lets you decide if apps should ask for your permission every time you ask for your location data.
Memoji avatars come to news, stickers
Apple's news apps will now supportwhich will add a thumbnail of your memoji (an emoji of your face) to the news app , With the new controls you can deepen the customization and make-up and even add braces. You also get a sticker pack for your iOS 13 devices.
iMessages now works on dual-SIM phones (unfortunately we do not have more details).
Sharing music or a movie with a second AirPod pair
Instead of sharing an AirPod with a friend or loved one, your iPhone can now stream audio to two AirPod pairs thanks to audio sharing. If you've bought something with Apple Pay, you're already a pro at.
Siri finds a new voice
Apple's voice assistant. Instead of the cut-off tones that are often associated with AI, Apple hopes that the new Siri sounds gentler and more natural in your ears. Through a neural talk-to-speak network, Siri speaks with fewer gaps and less inhuman-sounding modulations.
Siri from iOS 13 also works better with AirPods ($ 145 at Amazon) the HomePod ] ($ 299 at Walmart) CarPlay and Safari:
- With one new Shortcuts App, you can create personalized shortcuts.
- Siri reads messages as they arrive, and you can respond immediately.
- Pass a call or music from your iPhone to your HomePod.
- CarPlay: This is where intelligent Siri suggestions work, such as the suggestion that you open your garage door when you are close to home.
- Siri Suggestions appears in the Safari browser.  21-ios-13-beta "data-original =" https://cnet3.cbsistatic.com/img/o5EK8Vv3ZFN071kjDz0ZYtT3EAA=/2019/06/21/10354db3-4baf-4259-a054-00f87e7953b7/21-ios -13 -beta.jpg “/>
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More App Updates in iOS 13
- Mail : Retrieves a large amount of new fonts and lets you mute threads. Notes : A new gallery view, shared folder support.
- Reminders : You can add details of when and where to remember an item. Message integration lets you tag a person in a reminder. The reminder will be displayed the next time you send a message to this contact.
- Camera : The portrait mode offers new lighting effects and the ability to control the intensity as well as the lighting direction.
- Maps : Apple Maps has a new look with more details such as streets, buildings and even beaches. Advanced Favorites support and an integrated option to share your ETA with a contact.
- CarPlay: A with more information on the main screen as well as "Hey, Siri" support.
Subtle improvements for iOS 13
- Add attachments to events in the calendar.
- Time-synchronized lyrics for Apple Music.
- Support for for iOS 13 this summer.
- Unlocking facial IDs is now 30 percent faster.
- Apps start 2x faster.
- Downloads are 50% smaller and updates are 60% smaller.
- Low-data mode
- 38 New language keyboards
- Language selection per app
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