Apple has just recently announced iOS 13 update at WWDC conference. The update packs in a lot of small as well as big features. Sure, Android users have had these for a while. But, iOS users are pumped up to try out the same.

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Dark Mode in iOS

The developer builds are already rolled out and you can also try the same. The beta builds would be out in July. Hmm. What about stable? Stable iOS 13 updates would be made available to users by September. Till then users have to wait or they can try out the beta. Keep in mind that beta builds are beta and contain bugs.

List of Apple devices for iOS 13

Here are the list of devices from Apple which would be receiving iOS 13 Update once it becomes available.

Apple devices getting iOS 13 Update
iOS 13 Update

iPhones which would  receive iOS 13 updates:

  • iPhones
    • iPhone XS
    • XS Max
    • XR
    • X
    • 8
    • 8 Plus
    • 7
    • 7 Plus
    • 6S
    • 6S Plus
    • SE
    • iPod Touch (7th Gen)

iPads which would receive iPadOS Update:

  • iPads
    • iPad 12.9 (2018)
    • 12.9 (2017)
    • 12.9 (2015)
    • 11
    • 10.5
    • 9.7
    • 9.7 (2018)
    • 9.7 (2017)
    • Air
    • Air 2
    • Mini 2019
    • Mini 4

iOS 13

Apple has launched its 13th generation of the iOS software, and it is open for developers to test from today and will be available to the general public in the coming months. First of all, the most important required an exciting thing has been at last implemented in iOS, the system-wide dark mode. Other than that, the phone has also made major design changes to its proprietary apps like Safari and Mail. The FaceID is improved too, with a 30% increase in its unlocking speed.

Know more: Apple working on foldable phones.

So, to sum it up in a nutshell; here are the highlights of the new features which one would get with iOS 13:

  • System-wide Dark mode
  • Improved Face ID by 30%
  • New Photos App
  • Changes to proprietary apps
  • Memojis
  • Apple Sign-in etc

All these features have been announced at the WWDC 2019. Here’s our article on the same to know more about what happened at WWDC 2019.

So which Apple device do you own? Is your device on the list for the update? Let us know your thoughts about iOS 13 in the comments below.