The new features of iOS 13 were announced during WWDC, Apple's official developer-oriented conference, and long awaited by the public. The next operating system upgrade, which is scheduled for September, will not be available for iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus models that are no longer manufactured and are not sold in Apple's official stores, and rely on the expected dark mode, new native app functions and a smart service that warns you about app subscriptions that are no longer used on your device. Next, check out these and other news that were highlights for readers of TechTudo in the month of June.
Dollify: Meet the cartoon app that the new hit in Brazil
Dollify: Meet the cartoon app that is the new hit in Brazil
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1. How to make and share cartoons with Dollify
Dollify is an application that allows you to create a custom caricature. Launched late last year, the app topped the list of the most downloaded software from the App Store, ahead of giants like WhatsApp, Instagram and YouTube, for example. The rise of Dollify has enabled the growth of other similar tools, such as iDolly. O TechTudo teaches you how to make an avatar and send to friends with Dollify.
Dollify, a cartoon app, was a hit in June Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudo
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may not be upgraded to iOS 13 Photo: Lucas Mendes / TechTudo
IOS 13, Apple's new operating system update, had its release announced for September. However, not all branded devices will be able to enjoy the new features: users who own iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, released in 2014, will not be able to upgrade the operating system. The announcement was made during WWDC 2019, a developer-oriented conference, and was expected, as the aforementioned devices are no longer manufactured and are not even sold at Apple's official stores.
3. Dark mode and other news in iOS 13
Dark Mode and other iOS 13 releases were featured in June Photo: Playback / Apple
Also during WWDC 2019, Apple's new operating system, iOS 13, was announced. The main one is the dark mode, which allows the graphics and applications of the device to appear in a dark shade, close to black and white. Grey. The effect benefits the viewer of the user when using the phone in a dimly lit environment or at night, as well as contributing to the energy saving of more modern OLED display devices. The new generation of Mac Pro and the end of iTunes as it was known were also unveiled during the event.
4. Leaked Conversations on Telegram
Telegram Conversation Leak Set Application Privacy Under Discussion Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudo
The website The Intercept Brasil announced a series of reports that highlight the participation of Srgio Moro, current Minister of Justice and former judge of the 13th Federal Criminal Court of Curitiba, in activities that advance the limit of his duties in the Lava Jato operation. The content of these reports was based on the leaking of alleged messages from Telegram, exchanged between Moro and Deltan Dallagnol, prosecutor of the Federal Public Ministry in Curitiba.
Considered the most secure application for digital conversations today, Telegram has spoken out and ruled out the possibility of attack on its servers. According to the company, no way to undermine Telegram's encryption has been discovered, which would make any hacker attack invalid. The potential leaks pointed out by the company involve breaching the account and recovering the history from an unauthorized device, or malware installed on the phones of users involved in the polemic.
5. Google Maps with Augmented Reality
Augmented Reality begins to be used in Google Maps Photo: Divulgao / Google
Augmented reality is a feature that is expanding into today's top applications and will soon be available on Google Maps. The first tests combining maps and AR were announced by the technology giant and TechTudo tested the functionality. Among the news of the function are the warnings that the user is not distracted by the screen of the device and not to get involved in accidents.
In general, Google Maps with augmented reality works as follows: it is necessary to point the phone at any landscape, the service recognizes where the user is and the coordinates for the final destination are displayed on the screen through of large cones that pinpoint the next steps exactly. Navigation has an information-rich interface. Distances and directions are pointed objectively with the help of real-time images.
6. Sex Games – Couples Edition
The Couples Games app is designed to enhance a couple's relationship; meet me Photo: Raquel Freire / TechTudo
Defined as an app that piques intercourse and improves sex life, Sex Games – Couples Edition is a free Android service featuring a compilation of five erotic games. The app's simple interface gives suggestions of sexual and caressing activities for couples who want to get out of the rut. Among them, it is possible to find striptease games that encourage foreplay and that fantasize the relationship between doctor and patient. Importantly, the Sex Games – Couples Edition is suitable for people with any sexual orientation.
7. Sex Game for Couples
Meet the Sex Game for Couples app, available for Android mobile Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / TechTudo
Another dating app that became popular in June was the Sex Game for Couples. The service also offers erotic pranks on the Android phone, but all of them are based on the game known as Truth or Dare. The game makes participants choose between two options: revealing a secret or performing a sexual challenge suggested by the app. Kisses, caresses and bites are in between gifts. The user can choose the level of the game, but only the free Light. To warm up and unlock the Hot or Hard levels I need to sign the paid plan, which may vary in price according to the modality.
Saving money on app subscriptions you're not using will be easier with iOS 13. The function, which was unveiled in Apple's developer-released trial version, will alert the user and remind them of their dates. renewal of the signatures on your device. The system will also ask if there is an interest in maintaining a monthly fee for an app being deleted from the device. Until the previous version, this type of action had to be performed by the user himself, manually, in the settings of his device. The functionality, which is currently being tested, has no guarantee that the final version of iOS 13, which is scheduled for release this September, will arrive.
9. Top Ten Features of iOS 13
Dark mode, privacy updates, and new features from Siri are expected on iOS 13 Photo: Playback / Apple
The new version of Apple's operating system, iOS 13, will bring a lot of news later this year. In addition to dark mode, changes and new functions are expected in native applications such as Messaging, Photos and virtual keyboard. Maps, Apple's GPS navigator, has also changed, and is even more similar to Google Maps. Further updates are expected on privacy and performance issues, as well as on Siri's features, receiving native device messages and the reminder application.
10. Find My, app that finds lost iPhones even offline
Meet Find My, an Apple app that finds lost iPhones even offline Photo: Divulgao / Apple
Apple also announced the Find My app to help users find their lost or offline devices. With it, it will also be possible to view the location of family and friends which makes it a combination of two services already offered by the brand: Find My iPhone (Find) and Find My Friends (Friends). The novelty is the possibility of tracking the device even if it is disconnected from Wi-Fi or 3G / 4G networks. The release date has not yet been confirmed and the app will be available for iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 Catalina devices.
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