When Apple introduced iOS 13, one of the new features that they brought to the table is a system wide dark mode. This has been a feature that iOS users have been asking for for a while now, and Apple has finally made it happen. Of course, not all third-party apps support the feature just yet, but if you’re a Chrome user, then you might be in luck.
One of the long-awaited features that iPhone users have been asking for finally arrived with iOS 13, and that is a system-wide dark mode. While this might be initially seen as an aesthetics thing, where some users might prefer a dark look to their apps, it has been suggested that it could also help save battery, especially on OLED phones.
One of the benefits of owning an iOS device is that updates are usually prompt. This means that when Apple releases an update, all their devices get it at the same time. This is versus Android where unless you own a Pixel phone, there is a good chance you will only get the latest version of Android a few months after its release.
While Apple might have done a great job with iOS 12’s release where it was considerably less buggy compared to iOS 11, it seems that Apple is slipping up again with iOS 13, where many users have complained about the numerous bugs and issues that are plaguing their devices, which is admittedly rather disappointing.
While it might be tempting to download and use a software in beta because you’re too excited and can’t wait to see what kind of new features it might bring to the table, there is a reason why it is in beta, because there are bugs and issues that haven’t been fully flushed out yet. In fact, that’s what some iPad Pro users are finding out for themselves, unfortunately.
Dark mode is finally here in iOS 13, but how do you turn it on? Check out our guide for a couple of different ways.
In iOS 13, Apple has made some changes to the design of the App Store in which it might not be as obvious anymore when it comes to updating your apps. This guide will show you how to do it.
A couple of months ago, Apple found themselves in a bit of hot water. For a company that prides themselves on protecting and valuing the privacy of their customers, Apple was found to have shared user recordings with Siri with outside contractors. It was later revealed that Apple would be suspending the program and that they will soon be giving users the option to better control Siri’s privacy settings.
One of the main changes that Apple has brought to iOS 13 is dark mode. While dark mode isn’t a new thing, it seems to be gaining in popularity in the recent years where we’ve started to see more developers introducing dark mode as one of the options that users can choose from. If you’re a fan of dark mode, then you might be interested in Instagram’s latest update.
If you use Spotify as your primary music service on your iPhone or iPad, then you might be interested in checking out the latest update to the app. This is because in the latest update to Spotify, the company has finally added support for Siri, which means that you’ll be able to use your voice to control the app and playback.
If you think that gaming on your iOS device will benefit from using an external controller, check out our guide on how to connect a PS4 or Xbox One controller to your iPhone.
According to the rumors from 2018, it was suggested that Apple could be working on a set of AirPods with noise cancelling features. More recently, it was also reported that these AirPods could actually be launched by the end of 2019, and now according to a sighting in the iOS 13.2 beta, they could indeed be coming soon.
One of the defining features of Google Maps is Street View. This allows users to get a look at the area on a street level to try and locate shops and landmarks. However, it seems that Apple is ready to challenge Google with its own answer to Street View, also known as “Look Around”, a new feature in Apple Maps.
There was a point in time where Apple would release iOS updates that were riddled with bugs. Apple later clamped down on this by promising that future updates will have better quality checks, and this was true for a while, but it’s starting to feel like things could be slipping once again.