iOS 13 Is Here, iPadOS And iOS 13.1 Will Arrive Sooner Than Expected

If you have an Apple iPhone 6s or later, go to Settings => General => Software Updates. IOS 13 may be ready for download and installation. Among the new features provided, there is a dark mode throughout the system that will change the usual black text on a white background to white text on a dark background. In addition to protecting the eyes at night or with the lights off, the Dark mode can also save battery power on an AMOLED phone; This is because these screens create black color by turning off the appropriate pixels that reduce battery consumption.

The QWERTY virtual keyboard can now scroll and FaceTime will use artificial intelligence to look like it is looking directly at the screen instead of the camera. Face ID now has a wider field of view, so now you can leave your iPhone on the desktop and look down to unlock it. New photo editing tools come with iOS 13, which allows you to customize photos and videos for white balance, sharpness and noise reduction. Furthermore, it is now possible to customize the lighting in vertical mode.

Thanks to artificial intelligence, your device will know at what time you usually remove the phone from the charger. This happens over time. Instead of fully charging the battery and charging it slowly until it is disconnected, it will prevent the battery from being charged until it is normally disconnected. This feature should help extend battery life. Apple Maps will be more precise and will show more details in iOS 13, Siri should be improved and there will be more Memojis at your disposal. With iOS 13, app downloads will be 50% smaller with a 60% reduction in application update size. This will result in faster downloads and application updates. Apps will be uploaded to your iPhone twice as fast as now. You can check all the new features of iOS 13 by clicking here.

Apple will launch iPadOS ahead of schedule on September 24th


Meanwhile, iOS 13.1, the first update for the newly launched operating system, will be released on September 24th. This is six days before the release date originally scheduled for September 30th. So, what can you expect with iOS 13.1? The ability to share the estimated time of arrival (ETA) and link automation. And the update includes support for encoding HEVC videos with alpha channels. This simply means that the video can be shot with transparent or invisible backgrounds, allowing users to perform some quick editing tricks on their phone.

It will also arrive September 24 (instead of September 30) there will be iPadOS. To keep things synchronized, it could be called iPadOS 13.1. For many, the ability to add more app icons and pin widgets to the main screen will be the most important new feature. Others will appreciate the improvements made to Slide Over that will improve multitasking and, with Split View, users can open content from a single app in two halves of the screen. The highlighted text is as simple as scrolling through the section you want to highlight; A gesture with three fingers will allow users to cut and paste.

For those who prefer to write (or scroll) in a smaller virtual QWERTY, which can be solved with iPadOS. Desktop versions of websites will be loaded automatically into Safari instead of mobile pages, and yes, iPadOS will include some of the features that came with iOS 13 today. This includes a dark mode, video editing features, and the new and improved application Photo. Apple’s goal is to make the iPad more of a laptop replacement than ever.

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