Apple releases the new iOS 13 smartphone features.

John Fourier

2019-07-01 12:35:00 Mon ET

Apple releases the new iOS 13 smartphone features. These features include Dark Mode, Audio Share, Memoji, better privacy protection, smart photo collection, and a fresh app dashboard. Switching the iPhone to Dark Mode can turn the typically bright screen design elements black and grey. This switch draws less power and helps ease eye strain.

The recent iOS 13 software update facilitates sharing music between Apple mobile devices. Audio Share allows 2 AirPod users to listen to the same song with stereo sound at once. Apple refreshes the first-party apps in terms of both usability and functionality. These apps help track health trends, gallery views, reminders, notes, maps, and text messages with natural language entry.

Apple gives iPhone lovers more control over their location data, social login service for iOS 13 *Sign In With Apple*, and random email address generation for better privacy protection. The fresh iOS 13 photo collection app uses machine-learning algorithms to ditch duplicate images and blurry screenshots. All iOS 13 users can edit photos and video clips with new tools to beautify both vertical and horizontal masterpieces. Memoji allows iOS 13 users to customize their FaceTime, Camera, and Messages with eyeshadow, jewelry, hats, glasses, and additional hairstyles.

 


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