iOS 13 finally announced! 2x faster, dark mode, advanced camera & photos, all-new maps, look around & SO much more…
One of the new elements revealed is “Dark Mode” which introduces a dramatic new look for iPhone. It’s thoughtfully designed to make every element on the screen easier on your eyes and is seamlessly integrated throughout the system. And it’s simple to turn on from Control Center or set to automatically turn on at night.
Editing tools for pictures and video have also been given a complete overhaul.
Portrait Lighting Control:
Create the look you want by changing the intensity of light in Portrait Lighting.
Add a beautiful monochromatic effect to your Portrait mode photos.
All‑New Photos Tab:
A new curated view of your best moments from every day, month, and year.
Redesigned Editing & Powerful Video Editing:
New tools let you control any adjustment or filter so you can fine‑tune your photos. Nearly every tool and effect you use on your photos can be used on videos, including rotate, crop, and auto enhance.
Security and privacy have also been given an update with more emphasis on a one-punch sign in for passwords. Maps also have been given an update as users will now be able to Explore cities with an immersive 3D experience that lets you pan around 360 degrees and move seamlessly down streets. Siri also is getting some much-needed upgrades. Siri will now work with apps in more powerful ways with the built‑in Shortcuts app. Also, Siri can now learn the voices of family members using HomePod, so everyone has a personalized experience. Finally, Siri can now read incoming messages aloud. So you don’t have to stop what you’re doing to pick up your phone.
With iOS 13 Apps will launch up to 2x faster than before and be smaller in download size. Finally here some additional features below:
New apps in iOS 13
- Mail: Gets rich new fonts.
- Notes: A new gallery view, support for shared folders.
- Reminders: You can add details for when and where to remind you of an item.
- Smart lists: Will let you tag a person in order to trigger sending a notification to another person, for example when you set up a time to talk.
- Maps: Gets support by the end of 2019. You’ll be able to see roads, beaches, parks and buildings, tag a place for favorites. Collections will give you a list of favorites to share with friends. Look-around will give you a high-def 3D view of the area. Landscape view will smoothly move down the street, letting you tap labels to learn more about new places.
The iOS 13 developer beta is available now, with the final version coming to iPhones this fall. Look for the public iOS 13 beta to arrive in July.