In anticipation of the upcoming release of the expected iPhone 11, Apple has surprised everyone with the public release of the beta version of iOS 13.1 for iPhone and iPadOS , so that users can already try the new features that will come with Apple’s new software.
The operating system that will come with the future iPad, iPhone and iPods, comes with important updates and new features. Among some of the novelties of iOS 13: we can automate Siri shortcuts; share the estimated time of arrival to our contacts through Apple Maps; activate a “dark mode” on our device, which will consume less energy and offer us a better visualization in places with low light; or new Animojis with many more customization options.
Considerable accessibility improvements have also been made with several Apps being redesigned. Together with the mouse function, oriented mainly to those who cannot use the touch screen (or prefer not to use it), the camera application has also been updated, improving controls and image editing; and the volume HUD has been almost completely renewed.
Another important update that will bring the new iOS 13 is Apple’s commitment to privacy. After several controversies in the past, the technology giant has decided to implement new privacy measures on its devices, launching the “Sign in with Apple” system, with which we can create a private email to register in any App without having to transfer our data from other profiles.
There is still no official date for the official launch of the iOS 13 and iPadOS operating systems, as this beta phase has just been opened to the public so that users find bugs and errors before the official launch. The iOS 13 is, however, expected to come hand in hand with the brand’s new devices.