iOS 13 Expected Features and Release Date, Compatible Devices: Final Rumors

When will iOS 13 release officially for iPhone and iPad? That’s a big question across the globe. Every Apple fan is looking for what changes they will get in the newest iOS 13, what are the improvements and much more. Probably you are wondering what will be the significant changes in iOS 13; then you have landed to the right page.

The iOS 13 will be unveiled in coming summer of 2019, and possibly you will get iOS 13 officially on your iPhone and iPad in autumn. Let’s find out what the expected features of iOS 13 are?

Expected Features and Release Date

Second Week of June 2019

Rumored iOS 13 Features

  1. Dark Mode

Bloomberg says that this time Apple might add Dark Mode in iPhone and iPad. Like macOS, users have experienced the Dark Mode in macOS Mojave, and people really appreciate Dark Mode in MacBook. Hence you are likely to get Dark Mode in iOS 13; it will reduce the battery consumption as well as convenient to use at night.

  1. CarPlay

Apple is not focusing much on CarPlay from the past few years, but with iOS 13 you will see the brand new face of CarPlay. We don’t know what are the specific changes you will get in CarPlay, hope for the best.

  1. Dynamic icons

However, iOS 10 has brought the Dynamic icons for the first time, and it has been two years App icons hasn’t changed. So, it might be possible this time you may get redesigned App icons.

  1. Multiple user accounts

Its been more than 10 years since iPhone was introduced, and it hasn’t given the flexibility to add more than one user account in iPhone and iPad like Google. The increasing demand of people, this time Apple should consider this feature and release with iOS 13.

  1. Improved Home Screen

Do you remember a new home screen was the most popular rumor of iOS 12 and almost it was going to release in iOS 12. Unfortunately, it wasn’t released because Apple was busy focusing on exceptional performance and system stability. Expectedly interface can change for both iPhone and iPad in iOS 13.

  1. Live Photo

Apple plans to increase the seconds of Live Photos from three seconds to six seconds. If the duration of Live Photo gets doubled, that’s not bad at all.

  1. Revamped Files App (Always on Display)

There are no specific details we got on what will be the new changes in lock screen notifications. This feature is popularly known by the name Always On Display.

  1. iPad Tweaks

iOS 9 and iOS 11, was all about major changes in iPad and so it looks like iOS 13 will also focus on iPad. Apple said that iPad would get Multitasking feature through which you can use Multiple Windows in Single Tab with Tab View option.

  1. Cross Platforms

The iOS 12 and macOS Mojave are equipped with the capabilities of using the apps on both platforms. So this framework includes apps such as Voice Memos, Stocks and Home. These three apps you can use on your iPhone as well as on Mac. Hopefully, this functionality will be broadened in iOS 13.

  1. Mail

In the Mail app the expected add-ons are you will be able to mute the incoming e-mails from particular threads or person.

  1. New Emoji

Apple plans some of the new emoji character and symbols to introduced in iOS like a flamingo, white heart, ice cube, falafel, juice box and much more.

That’s not all; the above iOS 13 rumors are most likely to release. There are few more most awaited features such as refreshed Apple Music, Quick access to System functions such as Wi-Fi, and the last but not the least Split Screen.

When will iOS 13 be released?

Apparently, iOS 13 will be going to release in coming June at WWDC 2019. When will iOS 13 beta come out? At the time of unveiling iOS 13 in WWDC, the iOS 13 beta will be made available for developers. In the month of July public beta is likely to release, and lastly, the final stable version will release on September with the all-new iPhone and iPad.

Which iPhone and iPad will support iOS 13?

Here’s the list of the iPhone and iPad that may run on iOS 13, This time iOS 13 Compatibility Device list is quite confusing and might be changed at last Moment of Apple’s last Keynote.

  • iPhone’s- iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XR ,and iPhone XS Max.
  • iPad’s- iPad Pro(10.5), iPad Pro(11), iPad Pro(12.9, 2017,2018), iPad 2017 and iPad 2018.
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