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Apple's changes in iOS 13 for iPhone are coming soon.
Your iPhone is going to be faster and better, Apple promises, when it delivers iOS 13 this fall. The new features, announced at Apple's annual WWDC developer conference earlier this week, include brand-new features, under-the-hood speed improvements and frankly, some features that play catch-up to Android. As long as your iPhone's compatible with iOS 13, it'll will soon receive dark mode, new photos tools and a swipeable keyboard, but also new Maps tools, security features like Sign in with Apple and the ability to customize Memoji avatars. One big change to iOS 13 is that it doesn't directly fuel the iPad. Apple split off a new OS just for tablets called iPadOS. The new iPadOS is based on iOS for iPhone, so you'll find similarities with the phone's core features there.
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iOS 13's changes to iPhone represent Apple taking on Google's Android Q OS once again in a never-ending battle for most powerful, private and easy-to-use OS. Sounds dramatic, but with Android on about 90% of the world's phones, Apple's has its work cut out for it to maintain its status and reputation.
Apple's announcement of iOS 13's key features are just the beginning. The company -- and Google, too -- could very well unlock even more iOS 13 features when it announces the iPhone 11, holding back some surprises that are tired to the big September reveal. There may be more features still to come.
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Apple's ability to engage buyers with iOS 13 is particularly important in 2019. The iPhone-maker has seen iPhone sales slow in step with competitors across the board. Meanwhile, the next iPhones will likely lag behind other Android rivals in key features like support for 5G speeds, periscope zoom and a standalone night mode for ultraclear camera...
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