Apple unveiled the much anticipated iOS 13 at the WWDC event held yesterday. iPhone fans were looking forward to this since the time there were rumours floating on the internet about the introduction of system wide dark mode in the next version of iOS. This has turned out to be true and dark mode can now be used across all Apps on iPhones that would run on iOS 13.
iOS 13 comes with major improvements in Apps and security for its users which the company spoke in detail at this event. Speaking about dark mode, this is a first for iPhone users who will have the full availability for its use on most of the Apps including the iOS system. The dark mode can be switched on with the tap of a button in Control Center. All the notifications and widgets will support the dark mode and native Apps such as Messages, Calender and Music have all been updated to support the same.
Swipe function can now be used on the native keyboard on iOS 13. This is great as users will no longer have to type words separately and they can get going with the swipe feature for a faster messaging experience similar to Android.
There are a ton of other updated features on the iOS 13. Here’s a few of them:
– Siri becomes smarter with more voice features for AirPods, HomePod and CarPlay.
– Face ID is now 30% faster as claimed by the company and Apps will launch at double the speeds compared to iOS 12.
– You can now add photos and locations in the Reminders App with the quick type bar.