If you have been waiting patiently for Apple Arcade, the dark mode in the entire system on your iPhone, the login with the Apple function and better maps and Siri, your wait is over: Apple has released iOS 13 and watchOS 6. It is possible You need to be a little patient before the update appears on your iPhone or Apple Watch: the company’s servers are usually blocked every time a major operating system update falls.
As always, it is a good idea to backup your device before updating. However, when you do, you will have access to a set of new features. Along with those mentioned above, downloads and application updates will be significantly smaller and will be launched twice as fast. Face ID unlock will also be 30% faster. Reminders, mail, notes and other Apple applications have also been reviewed. Meanwhile, Apple Music has lyrics synchronized over time.
Siri will recognize the voices of different people on HomePod, so that each member of his family can use the voice assistant in a more personalized way through the speaker. The Maps application has a 3D view to explore cities (it’s Apple’s turn in Google Street View). And then, of course, there is Apple Arcade. It was launched earlier this week for people running the beta version of iOS 13, but now everyone with a compatible device can check the game subscription service.
There is also a focus on privacy, with an option to use Face ID to authenticate logins on services and applications. You can generate a random email address that will be forwarded to your normal email address, so you don’t necessarily have to give up your personal information to use certain applications.
As for the camera, there is a vertical lighting function. The update brings an updated user interface for image editing along with some new effects. iOS 13 is compatible with iPhone SE, 6S and later, as well as with the seventh generation iPod Touch.
When it comes to Apple Watch, watchOS 6 brings the App Store to your wrist, along with ambient noise alerts, a menstrual cycle tracker and audiobook support. There are also a number of new dynamic clock faces. The update is now available for Apple Watch Series 3 and 4: Series 1 and 2 will have access later this fall.
You will have to be a little more patient for iPadOS, as that will be reduced on September 24, unless you have one of the latest iPads, where it will be preinstalled. Meanwhile, Apple plans to launch iOS 13.1 on the same date. He previously planned to launch them on September 30.