As expected, Apple announced its iOS 13 operating system for iPhones at the World Wide Developers Conference 2019 event. While leaks and rumours had given us a fair idea of what to expect, the company made many additional announcements and features for the new OS. The event started off with Apple revealing that iOS 12 has 97 percent customer satisfaction and a high adoption rate of 85 percent. The company also took a jab at Google, whose Android 9 Pie OS was touted to feature only 10 percent adoption rate. However, the session quickly moved on to detailing the new iOS 13 operating system, what new features it brings to the table and more. As this article’s headline reveals, Dark Mode will be officially available on iOS 13. The new dark scheme will be a system-wide implementation with all of Apple’s first-party apps sporting a darker hue. Additionally, there are multiple new features that will be coming in iOS 13 like performance improvements, a new swiping keyboard feature, privacy-centric options and much more. Here are the top ten features that will be rolled out for iPhone 6 Plus and above with iOS 13. iPhone SE and the iPod 7th gen will also be updated to the new OS.
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