Apple iOS 13 goes official today alongside new iPhone 11: Top things to know

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Hey, what’s up, guys? The latest mobile OS iteration of Apple, iOS 13, will be officially announced today with the new iPhone 11 series. Apple’s iOS 13 is one of the biggest updates to the company’s operating system since iOS 7 in 2016. The iOS 13 has been ready as a beta to all iPhone users since its unveiling at the WWDC developer conference earlier this year. Apple’s new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max will run the latest iOS 13 out-of-the-box.

Lists of phones which will get the update of iOS 13?

smartphones:

  1. iPhone SE
  2. iPod touch (7th gen)
  3. iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus
  4. iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus
  5. iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus
  6. iPhone X
  7. iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR
  8. Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone Pro Max

Top features of Apple iOS 13

Sign in with Apple

Sign in with Apple is a new sign-in module which helps users protect their real email IDs by creating proxy email IDs. Users will continue to receive the emails sent to them but the ID will not be exposed to the service provider, ultimately reducing the possibilities of spam and targeted ads.

Performance

Apple says iOS 13 helps improve the performance of the iPhones. For instance, Face ID will now unlock 13% faster whereas app downloads are now 50% faster. Apple claims app launches are now twice fast on the new OS.

Dark Mode

Apple’s latest iOS 13 update brings system-wide dark mode. Currently, the dark mode is available on Apple’s native apps such as calendars, news, notes, music, and messages. Which is a great plus point for iPhone users to update their phones.

Messaging

The iOS 13 update now allows users to create avatars for iMessages. Users can use their real photos or ani moji or me moji as their display pictures. Memoji has also been updated with better results. Apple also proposes new Memoji stickers.

Photography

The new software update accompanies the new Portrait Lighting effect. Users can also now adjust color tones. The app also uses on-device machine learning to make it easier to remove duplicate photos. The company is also updating the Photos app with an enhanced interface.

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