iOS 13 would officially see the light of the day – in a stable version on 19 September. The mobile OS is present currently in beta, and post 19 September, Apple users could catch a fully stable version of the platform. At this point in time, it is worth remembering that the newest Apple iPhones – the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max run iOS 13 straight out of the box. In this regard, check out the key functionality of iOS 13 – at this time of the new iPhones being launched.
Primarily, there is the new Dark Mode which could be turned on manually. The activation of this new mode could also be scheduled. Then, the Photos tab is also an enhancement. This offers auto-playing for live photos and videos. As far as photo previews are concerned, users could see photo reviews filtered by days/months/years.
As far as camera functionality is concerned, there is the ability to adjust the lighting of the portrait. Here, the intensity could be modified accordingly. Then, there are the HomeKit Secure Video and Siri shortcuts. A major improvement has been affected on the Maps app that displays real-time transit, and flight status in tandem with guidance from Siri.
Finally, there are India-specific enhancements as well. These include the likes of support to 22 Indian languages. Siri would also be speaking in Indian English in India. These features follow that of conventional enhancements as well. Click here to check out these generalised set of features now. At this juncture, with iOS 13 stable version releasing on 19 September, check out the key technical specifications of the newest iPhone 11 smartphone which is driven by iOS 13:
iOS 13 operating system – straight out of the box
Apple A13 Bionic SoC
12 MP + 12 MP dual rear snappers with quad-LED dual-tone flash
12 MP selfie camera
64GB, 128GB, 256GB internal storage editions; in tandem with 4GB RAM
LTE, HSPA, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, microUSB connectivity options
3110mAh fixed Lithium-Ion battery.