iOS 13 is expected to have a lot of features, and that has got the fans pretty excited. Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, said that iOS 13 is the “next big release for iOS,” and it will offer a variety of improvements to the operating system.
In this post, we will look at the significant changes in the update. First up is the improved performance. Apple is focusing on the improvements to the performance. Apple has promised that Face ID will be unlocking at a much faster rate and the speed at which apps launch will be increased as well.
iOS 13 will bring in the dark mode. This is the most anticipated change in Apple’s new update. It will provide a system-wide dark mode. All the first party apps by Apple are supported.
There are changes to Apple’s keyboard. Apple has finally decided to step and make using their keyboard viable. Apple is revamping the Reminders app in iOS 13. There will be new options for sorting your tasks. There will “Today,” “Scheduled,” “Flagged,” and “All” filtering options available. There is also a new visual look to the Reminders app.
There are updates to Notes, Safari, and Apple Mail. These are welcome changes. Apple Mail will be getting a new desktop formatting, and Notes will get a new gallery view.
Of course, there will be changes in terms of privacy for Apple. With the new update, the apps will have restricted access; it comes to the location.