iOS 13 brings Dark Mode among other new features

Apple made the iOS 13 update official at the WWDC 2019.

Cupertino-based company officially introduced its upcoming update for iOS. Dubbed iOS 13, the update will bring many new features and changes to iPhones, among them the highly-anticipated Dark Mode across both the system menu and the apps.

Users would finally be able to change the appearance of the system from the traditional white to dark, which is found to be more pleasant for the eyes. People familiar with other operating systems, namely Windows Mobile and iOS, have been enjoying Dark mode for long time. In fact, this is the favorite daily-driver for the majority of the users. Apple will allow users of iOS 13 to set Dark Mode to Auto mode, which means that the system automatically shifts between Dark and White depending on the local time.

Apple also adds in iOS 13 a stock Swipe feature to the keyboard. Called QuickPath, it would let you continuously swipe through letters while typing in Messages, Mail or other apps. Messages app comes with a new sharing feature where you could share anything with friends.

Among the improvements in iOS13 is also the more natural voice for Siri, and the ability to read incoming messages from build-in or third party apps. Apple claims that Face ID should be 30% faster, while updates would take up to 60% less space.

A developer preview is already available for iOS 13 update, allowing any tech savvy person to test the above mentioned and other improvements. What do you think about everything new?

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