Besides the other key products Apple announced in its event, the company has also planned to launch iOS 13. And it will be available on September 19. So, a new version of iOS will come along with the next iPhone. Apple releases its latest iPhones, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Thus the new operating system will be there to support the new gears.
The update gives will include much wanted dated apps on the iPhone, including Maps, Photos, and Reminders.
Apple iOS 13
According to the reports, the new iOS 13 features performance improvements, UI tweaks, updates to core apps and more. On the other hand, the most immediately clearly will be the heralded dark mode, something that hit Android last week too. While, speaking of its functions, it works across all built-in Apple apps, and third-party apps that include a dark theme should respond to the global setting. Besides that there will be many Apps like Reminders, Maps, Notes and Photos are all getting major changes. On the other hand, Siri should sound a lot more natural than it did previously. As for performance, Face ID unlocks should be 30 percent faster, and apps are said to open about twice as fast as before.
Whereas other updates, like, audio sharing between two sets of AirPods, HomePod and AirPlay 2 are added. That will enable speakers being able to access songs, playlists, and a radio station with Apple Music is being pushed to “later this fall.”
Other than this, speaking of Maps, its interface is completely restored with more data. Well, there are also a row of icons for people’s favorite locations, like their home or work. It also offers real-time public transit estimates and a Google Street View-esque mode, which is years late but finally here.
Apple’s new iOS 13 will include a new Find My app that combines Find My iPhone and Find My Friends. It also includes a swiping keyboard for faster typing. Memoji can be turned into stickers, and the Health app now has a built-in period tracker to predict menstrual cycles and sync with the Apple Watch.