What’s New in iOS 13? Here Are 6 Cool Features You’ll Get on iPhone This Fall Already

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Announced at WWDC in June, iOS 13 is Apple’s next operating system for iPhones and iPads. Starting in July, the new updates will be made available to public beta testers ahead of an official fall launch.

Nexter.org reports about some of them.

Dark mode

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Source: Apple

Dark mode, which replaces a light screen with a dark screen, comes across core apps in iOS 13, including the calendar, music, and photos apps. This appears to be system-wide, but we’ll need to see if there are any exceptions.

Swipey keyboard

At long last, Apple has added the ability, letting you trace a word to spell it out.

Apple calls it QuickPath Typing. In theory, it’s faster and just as accurate as pecking away at the virtual keyboard, and you still get spelling suggestions as you go along.

The feature is especially useful for one-handed typing.

Portrait lighting for photos, rotate a video

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Source: Apple

A new photos tab gives you access to some of the new tools Apple’s adding here. For example, you can now remove duplicate photos and highlight the best shots.

Portrait lighting, the tool within your ’s native camera app, adds more lighting effects to smooth your skin – you can also change the intensity and location of your light for portrait lighting.

More editing filters add accents called vignette, vibrance, auto enhance and noise reduction.

Other new camera features in iOS 13

  • The photo apps will automatically organize photos by year, month and date, which will make it easier for you to find photos.
  • Live photos and videos play as you scroll.
  • View photos based on each day, month or year.

Sign in with Apple

A new privacy feature called Sign in with Apple logs you into accounts and apps without having to add your email address, which Apple says will protect users from third-party apps track that want to them.

’s battery life

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The feature, noticed by Cult of Mac, is called “Optimized battery charging,” and it’s essentially saving the ’s battery by not charging it past 80% unless it’s necessary.

Here’s what Apple says about it: “A new option helps slow the rate of battery aging by reducing the time your spends fully charged. learns from your daily charging routine so it can wait to finish charging past 80% until you need to use it.”

We’ve seen similar battery management tricks from Tesla, whose battery charges to less than 100% by default.


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What's New in iOS 13? Here Are 6 Cool Features You'll Get on iPhone This Fall Already
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