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Apple's final version of iOS 13 won't arrive until the fall, but the company's public beta rolled out Monday. In addition to dark mode and a swiping keyboard, iOS 13 introduces a handful of updates related to fonts. This includes the option to install custom fonts and apply them to various apps, download apps from the App Store and manage these fonts in Settings. Note that you still won't be able to customize your system-wide font.
While these aren't the most life-changing of features, they give you a bit more flexibility and control over the use of fonts. That's handy on a mobile OS that's known to be more restrictive than its main rival, Google Android, when it comes to interface customization. Because this is a public beta, Apple is likely to change and fix many features before iOS 13's final release.
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Apple's policy on font usage changed in three major ways and also applies to the company's tablet-specific mobile OS, iPadOS. First, you can now install custom fonts and apply them to "your favorite" apps. Though Apple doesn't go to any more specifics, we expect this applies to apps such...
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