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  1. Which iPhones, iPads support Apple's iOS 13 and iPadOS? With the arrival this [Northern hemisphere] fall of iOS 13 and iPadOS, there's some bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and some of Apple's older iPads. Apple When it unveiled iOS 13 and iPadOS last month, Apple had bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and brushed off customers with an iPad Mini from the same years or a 2013 original iPad Air. According to Apple, iOS 13 - likely shot out of Cupertino in Sep
  2. FaceTime feature in iOS 13 feigns eye contact during video calls Is this FaceTime feature a nifty improvement for video chats, or is it just creepy? Enlarge / The cameras on iPhones are getting (selectively) smarter. Samuel Axon Apple introduced several of the headlining features of its upcoming iOS 13 during WWDC, but people playing with the closed beta version have uncovered some additional tools. One newly found addition is FaceTime Attention Correction, which adjusts the image during a FaceTime video call to make it look
  3. Apple reveals iOS 13 and iPadOS release dates—but macOS Catalina remains a mystery watchOS and tvOS updates are also just around the corner. Enlarge / The just-announced iPhone 11 running iOS 13. Samuel Axon CUPERTINO, Calif.—Apple's annual major public releases of iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS will arrive by the end of this month, Apple revealed on its website as it unveiled new hardware products in a live-streamed event today. iOS 13 will hit iPhones and watchOS 6 will reach Apple Watches on September 19
  4. iOS 13 on the iPhone: Here's what Apple needs to fix urgently While users love it when Apple crams more features into iOS, the platform is now getting to the stage when it could do with a spring clean, and tidy up some of the older legacy stuff. If you've been using iOS for a few years now you can't have helped but notice something – while Apple is good at adding new features to the platform, there are a lot of areas that looks old, outdated, decrepit, and in need of a tidy up.
  5. iOS 13: Your iPhone could also be your passport and ID card iOS 13 will give open up the iPhone's ability to read more NFC tags… a feature that some Android smartphones already have. iOS 13 will give iPhones the ability to read more NFC tags, including those embedded into official documents and ID cards, expanding the feature away from just shopping. German tech blog iPhone-Ticker.de first spotted the announcement made by Germany's interior ministry that iOS 13 will allow iPhone u
  6. iOS 13 Will Make It Insanely Easy to Delete Installed Apps iOS 13 will come not only with new features, but also with a bunch of smaller improvements that would further refine the experience with the operating system and make certain features a lot easier to use. One of them is the way you uninstall apps on iPhones and iPads, as Apple has apparently decided to address the feedback received in this regard. Right now, uninstalling an app that’s already on your iPhone comes down to that long-press gesture that you can turn to on the home screen. By pr
  7. Apple is expected to unveil iOS 13, the next major version of the iPhone and iPad operating system, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on June 3rd. Now, people familiar with the development of the operating system have shared exclusive details with 9to5Mac. Read on for new details about what to expect. Dark Mode and Multitasking First, the long-awaited Dark Mode is finally coming to the iPhone and iPad with iOS 13. There will be a system-wide Dark Mode that can be enabled in Settings, including a high contrast version, similar to what’s already available on
  8. iOS 13.5 is imminent – here's why its the iPhone update you've been waiting for Apple's iOS 13.5 update includes features for unlocking your phone while wearing a face mask (Image credit: Shutterstock) Apple's iOS 13.5 update is about to make your face mask-wearing life a little easier, with the clearest sign that its next major iPhone software update is imminent. The GM (golden master) version of iOS 13.5 is now out for developers, and that's always the last update Apple issues before its software updates go public.
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    iOS 13: The Ars Technica review

    iOS 13: The Ars Technica review There's a lot more to this update than Dark Mode. Enlarge / iOS 13 on an iPhone 11 Pro. Samuel Axon Last year, Apple set users’ expectations with iOS 12, saying it would be focused on improving performance and fixing bugs and stability issues instead of adding a bunch of new features. And while there were still plenty of bugs over the course of the iOS 12 cycle, performance was improved—particularly on older devices. Apple hasn’t tempered expectations for iOS 13 this ye
  10. Apple launches iOS 13, watchOS 6, and Apple Arcade iPadOS, macOS, and tvOS releases are still on the way, though. Apple's Craig Federighi unveils iOS 13 at WWDC 2019. Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica Apple has begun pushing iOS 13 and watchOS 6 to supported iPhones and Apple Watches. Both updates bring substantial changes—especially iOS 13—and mark the beginning of a new annual update cycle. While it may take some time, most users should see iOS 13 become available in the Settings apps on their iPhones or iP
  11. Apple brings an end to iPhone and iPad apps that secretly tracking your movements without your knowledge or explicit consent. Apple has added a number of awesome and much-needed privacy features to iOS 13, and one of the best is the way the operating system informs you about apps that are tracking your movements. How does it do this? Via a popup, like this: iOS 13 location tracking popup This gives you the option of either allowing the tracking to continue in the background, or to only allow tracking when you are using
  12. Since the launch of iOS 13 last fall, third-party access to users' background location data has reportedly declined by 68 percent, according to Location Sciences, a firm that analyzes location data for marketers (via Fast Company). The firm also found that foreground data sharing, which occurs only while an app is open, has fallen by 24 percent. According to a separate report by Digiday, third-party apps are now seeing opt-in rates under 50 percent for collecting location data when they're not in use. The shortage of GPS data has been put down to Apple's rece
  13. Search, Mail, and iMessage get more fixes Apple is releasing iOS and iPadOS 13.2.3 today to address a variety of odd bugs that have been introduced with the release of iOS 13. The latest update includes a fix for the Spotlight system search feature that had been failing for some users recently. Search should now work consistently at the system level and in the Mail, Files, and Notes apps. If you use an app that downloads content in the background and you’ve noticed weird issues in iOS 13.2.2 or before, Apple is now addressing this in the new update.
  14. iOS 13 Bug Lets 3rd-Party Keyboards Gain 'Full Access' — Even When You Deny Following the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS earlier this week, Apple has issued an advisory warning iPhone and iPad users of an unpatched security bug impacting third-party keyboard apps. On iOS, third-party keyboard extensions can run entirely standalone without access to external services and thus, are forbidden from storing what you type unless you grant "full access" permissions to enable some additional features through network access.
  15. The latest iOS 13.1.1 patch should fix your Siri and battery life problems The update frenzy continues (Image credit: Future) Whenever a new version of iOS (or Android) gets pushed out, it's typically followed by a flurry of smaller patches designed to fix whatever problems the major update has caused – and that's proving to be the case with iOS 13. Apple just released iOS 13.1.1 for iPhones, which should fix problems you may have been having with poor battery life, as well as problems that have surfaced
  16. iOS 13.1.1 and iOS 13.1.2: Apple takes an aggressive update cadence to clean up iOS 13 A rocky iOS 13 launch has led to an unusually brisk pace of bug-fix updates. Enlarge / The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max running iOS 13. Samuel Axon Today, Apple released iOS and iPadOS 13.1.2, as well as watchOS 6.0.1. All of the updates are focused on bug fixes. The iOS release fixes an issue that prevented Bluetooth
  17. On September 19, 2019, Apple released iOS 13, perhaps one of the biggest releases of its mobile platform. Since then in the span of ten days, iOS has gone from iOS 13 to iOS 13.1 to iOS 13.1 to, now, iOS 13.1.2. The rapid rate of releases isn’t exactly good news as only one (13.1) actually brought new features. In fact, having two maintenance releases within just three days may be cause for concern for iOS and perhaps even macOS users. iOS 13 has started out on the wrong foot but Apple has hopefully watched Microsoft long enough to know what steps t
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