Apple announced its recent version of its mobile operating system earlier this month: iOS 13. The firm showed some brand new characteristics on stage, including dark mode, sign-in with Apple, and the new Maps app. But at the keynote, there are plenty of hidden features that have not been announced. We’re going to attempt to summarize all these characteristics for you in this article. Wifi and Bluetooth control center selection. The new update solves one of my biggest iOS grips– we can’t pick the WiFi or Bluetooth connection straight from the control panel. Now, all you need to do is press the WiFi / Bluetooth widget to open the menu, then use 3D touch on WiFi or Bluetooth toggles to view the networks accessible, then select the link you want.
The next large update for iOS comes with iOS 13 for iPhone and iPod touch, and it contains a ton of goodies. Some of the main ones are Dark Mode, QuickPath Typing, Revamped Photos and Tools for Editing, and more. But there are also many lower characteristics and improvements in the quality of life that are also coming.
Apple sometimes provides updates to iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS as a closed developer preview or public beta for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac (unfortunately, no Apple Watch public beta). While the betas have fresh characteristics, they also contain pre-release bugs that can stop your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, or Mac from being used normally and are not designed for daily use on the main device. That’s why we highly recommend staying away from developer previews unless you need them to develop software and cautiously use the public beta. Wait for the final release if you rely on your appliances.
No need to hold the app icon and wait to uninstall applications until they dance. You can go to the update section of the App Store, swipe left, and remove a specific app from the right. Just to note, under your profile page, pending updates will appear in iOS 13, instead of a distinct tab.
You will now be able to switch on the’ Silence unknown callers ‘ function under phone environments. This implies that calls will be sent to the voicemail from unknown contacts (those not in your phonebook and emails).
This new function will assist you to have a battery that lasts longer. Every time you put it on the bill, it won’t charge your phone to 100 percent. Instead, it will charge the phone to 80 percent and will offer it that final 20 percent juice just before you remove it from power, depending on your habits.
Now you can ask Siri to play a song or podcast straight from your favorite app. You can ask Siri for “Play Old Town Road in Spotify,” for example, and the song will play in the app magically.
It’s quite essential for this one. You can select text by simply tapping and swiping, and you can pick a phrase or a paragraph by triple-tap or quadruple-tap. Plus, Apple claims it will be simpler to pick an address, phone number, or email with smart text choice.
Safari’s management of the tab is awful, but with iOS 13 there’s some respite now. Now you can go to the settings section of Safari and automatically close tabs after a day, a week, or a month.
Apple has added some nice updates to its Music app. First, you can click a specialized lyrics button, and the music phrases will appear (and synchronize) with the song. Plus, there’s a fresh access button to see what’s next up.