iOS 13’s Safari lacks the iPad-only capabilities afforded by the iPadOS software, such as the ability to create multiple browser windows by dragging, but there are plenty of other feature enhancements to make it a worthwhile update, like a dedicated download manager.
Follow along with iDownloadBlog as we lay out two ways you can install the iOS and iPadOS 13 beta on your iPhone and iPad, one involving iTunes and your current Mojave installation and the other requiring the macOS Catalina 10.15 beta.
Your iPhone and iPad now live in the dark, sort of, thanks to a cool new look in iOS 13 designed to be easy on the eyes. It’s not just perfect for low-light environments, but OLED devices as well. Here’s what you need to know.
iOS 13 brings faster Face ID unlock and smaller app downloads/updates, with up to two times faster app launch on recent devices. Some of the features will be quicker to access, too, thanks to iOS 13’s improved design and Siri intelligence.
AnyTrans for Mac and Windows has been updated with many improvements. You can now back up your iOS devices wirelessly on a schedule as well as move WhatsApp/Viber chats between devices, back your social media archives to a computer and more.