As expected, as part of WWDC 2019, Apple introduced a new version of Apple’s mobile operating system. iOS 13 has brought with it many innovations. However, the main one is considered by many to be the long-awaited “dark regime”.
The dark theme is available for all of Apple’s core apps, as well as notifications and dock panels. According to the Coopertinos, it not only helps to strain your eyes less in the dark, but also saves battery life on smartphones with OLED screens.
Many other “parts” of iOS have also been updated. For example, the Coopertinos have modified the keyboard by adding swipe typing support. Standard Reminders, Mail, Safari, Notes, and Maps programs have also been updated. And the application “Maps” was redesigned almost from scratch. It has more complete mapping data and a new mode that resembles Google Street View.
IOS 13 has significantly improved content editing tools. The Cupertins changed the photo editing interface and modified the filters themselves somewhat. In addition, iOS 13 has the ability to work with video.
Traditionally, the Coopertinos have paid increased attention to issues related to the privacy and privacy of users. iOS 13 has a feature called Sign in with Apple. It allows authorization in applications and services. At the same time, users will be able to log in with Face ID and create a new account for services that will not share any personal information.
In addition to all of the above, Apple has also paid some attention to iOS performance. In particular, the Coopertinos by 30% accelerated the process of unlocking the smartphone with Face ID and increased the speed of launching applications twice.
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The beta version of iOS 13 is already available to developers. The final release of the new mobile operating system is scheduled for this fall.