Start with these 8 tips for iOS 13

Juli Clover for MacRumors:

New updates can be intimidating, but installing them is often worthwhile because Apple’s updates make sure your devices are safe, up to date, and have the latest feature improvements.

We’re going to jump start you with the what you need to know to get up and running with iOS 13 right away.

1. Try Out Dark Mode
2. Learn New Gestures
3. Configure Settings
4. Set Up a Messages Profile
5. Try Swiping Instead of Typing
6. Memoji/Animoji Stickers for Everyone
7. Edit Videos in the New Photos App
8. Look Around in Maps

MacDailyNews Take: What’s your favorite new feature in iOS 13? What do you find to be the most confusing?


  1. The fixed list of contacts at the top of the share sheet in Safari is obnoxious. Now every time I want to save something to Pocket or do anything else I have to carefully avoid accidentaly sending an article link to a contact, something I rarely do in messages. Also, why has everything been miniaturized? They ran out of things to flatten so they are making buttons and icons smaller and have left unused blank space in between everything? Soon I’ll have to file my fingers down to hit the target. I swear they made these tweaks to the keyboard too, lots of typos in the last 24 hours. Abundantly stupid design.

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