Earlier in June, Apple at its annual WWDC 2019 developer conference introduced its next major iPhone software, iOS 13. Apple at its iPhone event officially announced the release of iOS 13 on Thursday, September 19. Moreover, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and macOS Catalina were also unveiled at WWDC. Finally, Dark mode will be made available on iOS 13.
“iOS 13 will be available on September 19 as a free software update. Additional software features will be available on September 30 with iOS 13.1,” states the press release.
Other significant features might include a new volume HUD interface, QuickPath swipe typing for the keyboard, Memoji customizations, redesigned apps. Apple is also going to add a new Look Around feature for its new map that will allow people to scan areas in a 360-degree view.
Apple has added some notable changes to its mail that will enable users to adjust font style, size, color, and alignment of the text. The Voice Control in iOS 13 will enable users to control their whole iPhone. Face ID unlocks are assumed to be 30 percent faster and Siri will sound much more natural than it used to be. However, iOS 13 compatibility requires iPhone 6S or later, iPad Air 2 or later, the new iPad mini 4 and iPhone SE.