This Thursday (19), Apple released the final version of iOS 13 for iPhone. The update can be downloaded on cell phones from the iPhone 6S, through the "Settings" menu of the smartphone as it is from the same generation, the iPhone SE was also contemplated. Among the novelties awaited by users are the dark mode (also called night mode or dark mode), which leaves the system interface based on black and gray tones, lighter and faster apps, changes that seek to increase privacy, in addition to redesigned native applications.
The new system comes to replace iOS 12 and comes pre-installed on the new iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, announced on the last 10 by the company of the apple. IOS 13 arrives with watchOS 6, software that runs on the Apple Watch. IPadOS, a specific version for the iPad, will be launched on the 24th, when iOS 13.1 will also be released. Apple TV tvOS arrives on the 30th. See below how to download iOS 13 on the iPhone.
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To download the Apple system update, just go to the "Settings" menu and tap "General". Then select "Software Update" and download the new version. IOS 13 compatible with smartphones from the generation 6S Apple left the iPhone 6 and older behind with the launch.
Step 1. From the device's home screen, access the iPhone's "Settings" menu. Then look for the "General" option;
To download iOS 13, access the "Settings" menu and click on "General" Photo: Reproduo / TechTudo
Step 2. Select the "Software Update" option. IOS 13 should appear on the screen. Tap "Download and Install" to start the download. It is worth remembering that, in order to download the new system, it is necessary to have sufficient storage available on the device, but most of this space will be released after installation.
Select "Software Update" and then "Download and Install" to download iOS 13 Photo: Reproduo / TechTudo
Unveiled by Apple at WWDC 2019 in June, iOS 13 brings some features awaited by iPhone users. The dark mode, which also arrived on Android 10 and should debut soon on WhatsApp, leaves the entire interface of the device with shades of black and gray, in order to save the user's view and save battery. The optional function, however, allows the device to be used with the traditional white background.
Like Android rivals, iOS 13 brings changes that aim to increase the privacy of its users. The "Sign in with Apple" feature is similar to ways to login with Facebook and Google, but does not deliver the email address when registering. Applications and websites have access to a unique and random address, which forwards the content to the final destination. In addition, the system issues a greater number of alerts on the use of the device's location, including when an application requests the use of Bluetooth, see other hidden features here.
iOS 13: iPhone apps open up to twice as fast Photo: Thssius Veloso / TechTudo
Other new features involve lighter applications and up to twice as fast, keyboard with sliding typing, in addition to new editing features on the camera, improvements to iMessage and other redesigned native apps. WhatsApp users also won the Memoji function in the form of stickers. The system also brings support for Apple Arcade, the company's new gaming service, and Apple TV +, a competing platform from Netflix that debuts on November 1.
The following is a list of devices compatible with iOS 13:
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