Apple iOS 13 update is officially out now on the first day of WWDC 2019 at the keynote event. One of the most awaited Apple software updates is revealed, and we know some tidbits about it.
It will take time for the iOS 13 update to reach to the normal Apple users, but the developers are trying new things. Here is everything we know about the Apple iOS 13 update revealed at the WWDC 2019.
What’s new in iOS 13?
It was expected that the iOS 13 update would bring a lot of cool new features for all the Apple devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. One of the most awaited dark mode features has finally arrived with the iOS 13 update. Apart from it, the major new things added in Apple iOS 13 updates are:
- A new swipe keyboard called Quick Path
- A low data mode which limits internet usage
- The downloads now only take half of the screen space
- The speed of Face ID has improved
- Apps launch are faster compared to iOS 12
iOS 13 Release date
Apple devices supporting iOS 13
Before the WWDC 2019 event, it was quite unclear that which of the Apple devices will be able to support the new iOS 13. Now, we have a sure shot answer and a list of confirmed Apple devices to get the iOS 13 update. It was revealed that iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and 6 plus would not receive the new iOS update. The confirmed list of devices for the beta version of iOS 13 update are iPhone XS/XS Max, iPhone X/XR, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus and the Apple iPhone SE.