Apple Inc. is releasing the iOS 13 software update next week. The software is Apple’s way of refining its operating system on existing iPhones, especially for people who won’t like to upgrade to the newer phones.
In light of software announcements from Huawei and Android improvements, Apple needed a way to keep users excited. They did just that here.
iOS 13 will launch on September 19, a full day before the release of the iPhone 11 variants. It already promises awesome changes for the existing iPhones. While the software played the background to the awesome hardware announcements at the Apple Event, it is sure to be huge news nonetheless.
The public beta of the software launched back in June, and the reviews so far have been particularly positive. If you want to get it, you still can.
However, if you will prefer to wait until the update comes out, here is your introduction to what it is and that you should expect.
First off, you should know that only iPhones from the iPhone 6S will get this. Essentially, if you use anything from the iPhone 1 (who still has that?) to the iPhone 6, you won’t be getting this update. You should also know that the iOS 13 will strictly be for iPhones and the iPod Touch. The iPadOS is debuting for iPads on September 30.
Essentially, the iOS 13 requires iPhone 6S or later, iPad Air 2 or later, the new iPad mini 4 and iPhone SE.
As for features, the Dark mode has to be the standout here. Essentially, it inverts those white screen backgrounds with grey and dark hues, thus making for easier display at night.
In addition to that, there will also be a QuickPath swipe keyboard, as well as new and innovative means of editing photos.
A more detailed review of the operating system can be found here.
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