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iOS 13 launches Sept. 19, here's everything you need to know

por Tobias Bueno (2019-10-05)


id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> iOS 13 is a pretty big update for your iPhone. 

Jason Cipriani/CNET Apple will release iOS 13 on Thursday, Sept. 19, one day before the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max launch. (Preorders open Sept. 13 at 5 a.m.) We've been using the beta software since it was made available in June at WWDC, giving us a clear picture of how the new OS updates will work, and what kinds of questions you might have that we can answer. 

With the release of iOS 13, Apple will make your iPhone faster, smarter and more secure. New features include the gesture-based QuickPath keyboard, a tool to block unknown callers, new photo-editing tools and a dedicated dark mode. There are also new Maps tools that finally start to close the gap with Android, security features like Sign In with Apple and the ability to customize Memoji avatars. New tools will make your iPad ($249 at Walmart) more productive as well. 

With iOS 13, Apple takes on Google's Android 10 once again in a never-ending battle for the most powerful, private and easy-to-use OS. Sounds dramatic, but with Android on about 90% of the world's phones, Apple has its work cut out for it to maintain its status and reputation.

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Apple's ability to engage buyers with iOS 13 is particularly important in 2019. It's seen iPhone sales slow in step with competitors across the board. 

Meanwhile, the next iPhones will likely lag behind Android rivals in key features like support for 5G speeds, periscope zoom and a standalone night mode for ultraclear camera shots. But over the years, Apple has proven that it can create must-have software tools and apps, like FaceTime video and iMessage.

You won't have to wait much longer for iOS 13 and iPadOS. 

Angela Lang/CNET Install iOS 13 
Apple will release iOS 13 on Thursday, Sept. 19 for the iPhone and iPod touch. iPadOS will launch on Monday, Sept. 30. Software updates usually show up around 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. 

It's a good idea before the update is available to get your iPhone ready by removing old apps and creating a current back up of your phone. That way when it does launch, you're able to install iOS 13 right away. 

See if your iPhone or iPad works with the new OSes
Here's the official list of devices that will run iOS 13 and iPadOS 13:

Devices that will support iOS 13, iPadOS 13

iPhone XS 12.9-inch iPad Pro

iPhone XS Max 11-inch iPad Pro

iPhone XR 10.5-inch iPad Pro

iPhone X 9.7-inch iPad Pro

iPhone 8 iPad (6th generation)

iPhone 8 Plus iPad (5th generation)

iPhone 7 iPad Mini (5th generation)

iPhone 7 Plus iPad Mini 4

iPhone 6S iPad Air (3rd generation)

iPhone 6S Plus iPad Air 2

iPhone SE


iPod Touch (7th generation)

Stop unknown callers
With a single button, you can effectively stop unknown callers from making your iPhone ring ever again. With the feature enabled, iOS 13 will only allow calls through from your contacts and numbers found in Mail or Messages. 

Everyone else will go straight to voicemail

Unknown callers will soon be a thing of the past. 

Angela Lang/CNET Quicker Wi-Fi, Bluetooth selection

For years we've thought it would make sense for there to be some method to connect to Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth devices from Control Center, instead of having to open the Settings app and tap several times. 

With iOS 13, Apple has finally made it possible to view and connect to available networks or devices without ever opening Settings. Hallelujah. For us, this fixes one of the iPhone's most annoying quirks.  

You don't have to be precise when it comes to QuickPath on iOS 13. 

Jason Cipriani/CNET That swipey keyboard
Android users have been swiping their keyboards to type for years, through a number of third-party apps, like Swype and SwiftKey. At long last, Apple has added the capability, letting you trace a word to spell it out. 

Apple calls it QuickPath Typing. In theory, it's faster than and just as accurate as pecking away at the virtual keyboard, and you still get spelling suggestions as you go along.

The feature is especially useful for one-handed typing and is ready for use as soon as you install iOS 13. Here's how to use QuickPath on iOS 13.

Dark mode for all

Dark mode, which replaces the usual light screen with a dark screen, is available across core apps in iOS 13, including the calendar, music and photo apps. 

This appears to be systemwide, but we'll need to see if there are any exceptions. Dark mode is a popular trend across apps and will come to Android Q, too. Here's everything we know about Dark Mode for iPhone.

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The Photos app received a pretty significant overhaul. Organizing and surfacing photos are both now easier, and the edit tools have a new look. But most impressive is the ability to use all of the picture editing tools you're familiar with on videos in the Photos app.

Yes, that means you can apply filters, adjust brightness and even crop a video right in the Photos app. This is what you need to know about photos in iOS 13.

It's true, with iOS 13 and iPadOS you can use a mouse to control your phone or tablet. 

Sarah Tew/CNET iPadOS gestures
The iPad is growing into its own computing platform, and with it comes plenty of new gestures used to get around apps and the homescreen. From opening multiple apps, or quickly switching between workspaces, we have you covered. 

Hidden features

One of the best parts about using new software is finding features that haven't been announced. Often these features are the most notable in a major update, and iOS 13 has its fair share of hidden features. 

Naturally, hidden features have to actually, well, be discovered, so right now the current tally of hidden features worth highlighting is at 11. As we uncover more, that list is sure to grow. 

Custom fonts inside apps
Apple will still limit font selection for iOS as a whole; however, the company is opening up iOS 13 to allow custom fonts inside apps. 

The added flexibility is perhaps an indicator that Apple is loosening its grip on controlling every aspect of the user experience. We haven't had a chance to try it out yet, but rest assured, once Apple begins publishing new fonts in the App Store, 카지노사이트 we'll be all over it. This is everything we know about installing, managing and downloading custom iPhone fonts.