Apple iOS 13: A cheat sheet

iOS 13 introduces new enhancements for iPhone and iPad, including the dark mode, the renewed built-in applications and the privacy features that change in the industry.

Apple iOS 13: the most notable new features
This is what iPhone users can expect from Apple's iOS 13.

Apple introduced iOS 13 in June 2019 World Developer Conference (WWDC). Apple did not waste time on the essential details of the new mobile operating system, and had some surprises, such as the division of support for iPad and iPhone in their own unique operating systems with independent features for the first time since the iPad was launched.

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What is iOS 13, and will it work on my device?

iOS 13 is the thirteenth major iteration of Apple's mobile operating system called iOS. The operating system can run on the following iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices that are available as of this moment. The newer iOS devices released at the end of 2019 probably have iOS 13. pre-installed.

  • iPhone Xr
  • iPhone Xs
  • iPhone Xs Max
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8/8 Plus
  • iPhone 7/7 Plus
  • iPhone 6s / 6s Plus
  • iPhone 6 / 6 Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPod touch (7th generation)

For information on what devices are compatible with iPadOS, see the iPadOS blade trick.

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What are the key features in iOS 13?


Apple continues to improve performance in the mobile operating system and shared these statistics on iOS 13:

  • Face ID unlocking is 30% faster.
  • With a new application packaging feature, application downloads are 50% smaller and updates are 60% smaller, which means downloads and updates will be much faster.
  • The launch speed of the application is now 2 times faster than the iOS 12 applications

Dark mode

One of the biggest changes in the The user interface in the iOS history is available in iOS 13: a dark mode on the whole system that is available for iPhone and iPad. Dark mode allows OLED devices to consume less power than when brighter elements are displayed, and is easier for many users to see.

The dark mode feature will be available throughout the system in all applications, keyboard and premium applications. third-party applications also with integration support.


The Reminders app has been completely rewritten and includes the ability to detect text to detect the reminder, location and time, and automatically set the reminder with the appropriate information. In addition, there is the possibility to tag people in a reminder and create outline style reminders for a more powerful task list.

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The new Reminders application features a refreshed user interface and more level task management features that are commonly found in many third-party task managers.

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Apple continues to develop its team of custom maps, and the results are evident in iOS 13 The new version It includes highly detailed maps that include construction schemes, park schemes, road schemes and more. These new maps will be extended to all users in the USA. UU By the end of 2019 and to other countries next year.

A new Look Around function imitates and enhances the Street View idea of ​​Google Maps and allows you to see a Street View in 3D from the Maps application. Apple went further by allowing the user to tap on the street view to virtually drive on the road.

Maps now also allow you to create a list of bookmarks for the most visited places, place them in a collection and share them with friends and friends. Family, or taking advantage of the collections to plan trips. Now you can also share an ETA during your unit through messages.

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On Maps, you can now see the street-level features of a location and virtually drive along the road without leaving the application. .

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Apple continued its position in the construction of the mobile operating system focused on privacy. This year, Apple focused on Location, Login, HomeKit and Messages.

By giving your apps access to your location on iOS, you now have the option to allow location only once per launch. In addition, a background tracking alert will alert you when applications continue to use your background location without your knowledge.

Apple is ending the improper use of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that could determine the user's location when he has not given access to the location. Apple will require applications to request access to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

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Login [19659049] Many applications now support login unique through Gmail or Facebook, giving those applications access to certain information they may not want to share, including their address, email address, name and more. Apple created its own single sign-on API: this new feature allows applications to include a Log On button with Apple. When you touch the button, it will authenticate with Face ID, and a new account will be created just for that application without revealing any information to the application. If an application requires information such as name or email, then it has the ability to control what it shares with it. In the event that you share your email, a randomly generated email address will be created for use in the application that forwards to your iCloud account, and that address can be deactivated or removed at any time.

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The new features of HomeKit are designed to protect privacy and security within your home. Apple is adding support for cameras this year through a feature called HomeKit Secure Video; this allows your compatible HomeKit security cameras to send video to your iPad or Mac inside your home for analysis and encryption. The encrypted video is uploaded to your iCloud account for secure storage; 10 days of storage will be included for free. Initially, this service will be launched with the HomeKit, Logitech and Netamo camera partners.

Apple also announced EKR, Linksys and Charter Spectrum enabled HomeKit routers that will ensure your router can place a firewall around HomeKit devices to prevent intruders from gaining access to these smart devices.

Apple now allows the creation of iMessage profiles, complete with a photo photo, Memoji or Animoji. When you send a message to someone, this photo and your name will be shared so you never ask yourself "Who is sending me text messages?"

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Camera and photos

Edit photos and videos
You can now make changes to all aspects of photo editing, including new tools to edit the photo vibration. , white balance, sharpness, definition, vignette and noise reduction. This also allows you to adjust the same functions in the video, as well as video rotation, filter application and other effects.

New photo browser
There are so many photos on our devices that we do not need them. Apple is using machine learning to eliminate duplicates and clear your photos. This also creates a new daily view of your life, using Live Photos to add life to your photo library and automatic playback when scrolling through photos.


When using AirPods,
can read your messages as soon as they arrive, announcing the message and allowing you to respond immediately by voice. Audio sharing is also available, allowing two users to connect their devices to share audio from one device to several sets of AirPods.

HomePod now includes transfer support to allow smooth transition of music, podcasts or phone calls by touching your iPhone to your HomePod. Siri can now also play live audio from TuneIn, and more, just ask to play more than 100,000 radio stations. In addition, HomeKit can now recognize who is talking and customize the response.


CarPlay is now available in more than 90% of cars sold in the US. UU This year, Apple is updating CarPlay with the largest set of changes, including a new Control Panel that allows you to view several views at once, including a map, calendar, music and more. Siri now also works with third party applications on CarPlay through SiriKit.

Other new features for Siri include:

  • The multi-step shortcuts can be executed through the Siri shortcuts application
  • Suggested automations
  • A neuronal TTS voice that is completely generated using software instead of using small audio samples. This adds clarity when Siri speaks technical terms or long sentences.

More changes available in iOS 13

  • Single sign-on for business accounts
  • Compatibility with multiple iCloud accounts for work and personal accounts
  • New quick route keyboard allows you to slide to type on the keyboard from iOS
  • The redesigned UI in the Photos application
  • The new sharing sheet shares suggestions for people sent with common messages and shared applications
  • The Music application shows lyrics synchronized in time while playing music
  • Safari can change text size
  • Mail receives desktop-style text format and supports rich fonts
  • A new font application allows you to install and manage fonts available throughout the system
  • Notes has shared folders and more organization options
  • Memoji includes additional accessories, skin tones and makeup options to make personalized emojis even more realistic
  • Memoji sticker sets are created for each of your Memoji that can be used in messages, mail and other third-party applications through the emoji keyboard
  • Ability to send unknown callers to voicemail
  • Low data mode

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The new slide-type keyboard mimics a feature found on many third-party keyboards and other mobile operating systems and pays special attention to privacy and security.

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What about the iPad?

iOS is divided into two separate operating systems: iOS for iPhone and iPod Touch, and iPadOS for iPad. iPadOS includes all the same functions as iOS, but goes even further to add new features such as a new multitasking system, file manager and more application experiences similar to those of a desktop.

When was iOS 13 launched?

  • iOS 13.0 beta: Released in WWDC on June 3, 2019

  • Third beta update of iOS 13 through the developer portal : Available July 2, 2019

  • Fourth beta update of iOS 13 through the developer portal : Available July 17, 2019

  • iOS 13 seconds of beta upgrade through Apple Beta Public Program: is expected to be available on July 3, 2019

  • Public release iOS 13.0: Expected autumn 2019

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    How can I get and install iOS 13?

    At the time of writing this article, iOS 13 is only in beta format. You can get it by joining the Apple Public Beta Program or by being a member of the Apple Developer Program. The Apple Public Beta program for iOS 13 is available as of June 24, 2019.

    To download the beta version of iOS 13, you must log in to any of those sites and download and apply the iOS 13 Beta profile.

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