Apple Maps’ Look Around VS Google Maps’ Street View

When it comes to navigation applications, Apple Maps has typically played second or even third fiddle to other apps such as Google Maps. This is due to the various missteps that happened during the app’s launch several years ago, resulting in at least one Apple executive being let go, and with Apple’s CEO issuing an apology and even recommending iOS users use other apps while they sort it out.

iOS 13 Will Allow Users To Edit Videos Natively

Several years ago, Apple introduced some changes to its iOS platform where it brought enhanced editing tools for photos. This meant that instead of merely letting users crop and rotate images, users could make more adjustments without having to turn to the need of a third-party app.

Powerbeats Pro Will Support AirPods ‘Announce Messages With Siri’ Feature

During WWDC 2019, Apple announced that as part of iOS 13, there will also be some new features that would be coming to the AirPods. One of those features is the “Announce Messages with Siri”, in which messages you receive while wearing the AirPods can be read out loud to you by Siri.

iOS 13 Will Let You Know Which Apps Are Tracking You, And Where It Has Been Tracking You

Apple has always prided itself in being a privacy-focused company, and throughout the years, the company has made changes to its iOS platform which tries to keep its users’ privacy intact while also keeping them informed of what’s going on. For example, there will be an icon in your status bar that shows when an app is tracking your location.


iOS 13 Will Allow Users To Capture Images From The Front And Back Simultaneously

On pretty much all our smartphones these days, there are cameras on the front and back of our phones. However, you can only capture images from either camera at once, but if for whatever reason you need to capture images simultaneously, you’ll be pleased to learn that the upcoming iOS 13 update will introduce multi-cam support.

iOS 13 Will Make It Easier To Delete Apps

Looking to delete apps from your iOS device? There are a couple of ways around it, one of which involves long-pressing on the app icon until it starts to wiggle, click the X button, and you’re done. However, Apple is going to make it easier for users to delete their apps in the upcoming iOS 13 update.

iOS 13 Will Automatically Send Unknown Callers Straight To Voicemail

These days it’s starting to feel that spam calls are on the rise, and if you’ve been receiving a fair number of calls from numbers you don’t recognize or don’t know, you’re not alone. The good news is that if you’re an iOS user, it seems that Apple will be building in a new feature into iOS 13 that will be able to deal with such calls.

iOS 13 Confirms That 3D Touch Will Be Removed From Future iPhones

According to some very persistent rumors, Apple could be removing 3D Touch from its future iPhones. It turns out that those rumors could be true because according to reports, those who have gotten their hands on the beta version of iOS 13 have discovered evidence to suggest that 3D Touch has indeed been removed from future handsets.

iOS 13 Will Turn iPhones Into A Mobile PS4 Console

With the announcement of iOS 13, it was revealed that Apple would finally be bringing support for controllers from the likes of Sony and its DualShock 4 controller used for the PS4 console. However, what some might not have realized and as reported by MacRumors, it seems that this has a bigger implication than we think.

Apple Is Giving WiFi Hotspots A Huge Upgrade In iOS 13

WiFi hotspots on phones are pretty standard. You turn it on and you connect to it and you’re done. However, with iOS 13, it seems that Apple will be giving the feature a boost by upgrading and changing how it works by making it smarter.

These Are The iPhones That Are Compatible With iOS 13

If there is something that Apple gets right, it would be with their software updates. This is because the company tends to support its devices for as long as possible, versus Android in which your mileage may vary from brand to brand, but typically you get about two years worth of updates.

Apple Will Require Apps To Offer ‘Sign In With Apple’ If They Use Competing Services

One of the new features introduced in iOS 13 is the ability for apps to introduce a “Sign in with Apple” option. This is basically Apple’s answer to the sign-in services offered by other companies, such as Facebook and Google, with Apple emphasizing that their option will offer up more privacy as it does not collect data on the user who chooses to use that option.

iOS 13 Will Come With A More Intelligent Battery Charging System

A couple of years ago, Apple came under fire when it was discovered that they had been throttling their iPhones. The official reason was that Apple slowed down iPhones with aging batteries to prevent it from crashing, but many weren’t too thrilled that they weren’t at least given the option.

iOS 13 Will Remove The 200MB App Download Limit Over Cellular Entirely

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Apple had quietly increased the download limit from 150MB to 200MB for app downloads made over a cellular internet connection. We lamented at that time that a 50MB increase wasn’t exactly groundbreaking, but it turns out that it was merely an appetizer for what was to come.