Apple Releases iOS 13 with Dark Mode and Much More

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Apple has officially rolled out the much-awaited iOS update i.e. iOS 13 globally. The iOS 13 was announced last year at WWDC since then, the company has released many beta updates of the iOS 13. Today, Apple has officially released iOS 13 Stable update for the public.

The most noticeable feature in iOS 13 is its Dark Mode. Apart from this, this new update brings a variety of new features to the iOS devices including new Memoji Customization feature. The update brings new Maps and updated Photos app. The company has also changed the built-in Keyboard app.

The update brings an improved Face ID for the iPhone X and later editions. The company claims that the new iOS 13 updates have improved the Face ID feature by 30%. The company has made this stable iOS version for Public which should be appeared on a compatible iOS device. If you are not aware about the compatible of your iOS device to this latest update, then here’s the list of all the compatible devices which can be upgraded to iOS 13.

iOS 13 Compatible Devices 

  • iPod Touch – 7th Generation
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 6S
  • iPhone 6S Plus
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max

These are all the compatible devices to iOS 13. If you are using any of these devices, you will be able to update your device to the latest iOS 13 Operating System.

To check for the new update, just head over to the Apps menu and click the Settings app. Scroll down and select the General option. Select the Software update option and the system will check for the new update. If the update has arrived for you, then you can select the iOS 13 update’s Download button.

Go to: Apps>> Settings>> Generation>> Software Update

Apart from iOS 13 update, Apple has also released new watchOS 6 updates for the latest editions of Apple Watch with Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple Watch Series 4. The latest Apple Watch Series 5 will also be running on the same update.

The watchOS 6 updates will be available for Apple Series 1 and Apple Series 2 later this fall. The company has also set the release date of its iOS 13.1 update on September 24.

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