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Apple Introduces iOS 13

iOS 13 brings speed, Dark Mode, Advanced Camera Features, Sign In with Apple and New Maps Experience.

At the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple previewed iOS 13, introducing Dark Mode, Advanced Photo and Camera Features, Sign In with Apple and an All-New Maps Experience.
 
The company said that iOS 13 is faster and more responsive with optimizations across the system. These optimizations improve app launch, reduce app download sizes and make Face ID even faster.
 
iPhone is bringing a beautiful new look with Dark Mode, the new dark color scheme works system-wide and across all native apps to deliver a great viewing experience, especially in low-light environments.
 
 
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Photos, now with on-device machine learning, curates the entire library to highlight the best images, automatically hiding clutter and similar photos to showcase significant events from the past day, month or year. Photos and videos are intelligently organized, making it easier to browse, discover and relive favorite memories, with autoplay videos to bring the library to life.
 
 
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You can now make Portrait Lighting adjustments right in the Camera app to virtually move the light closer to sharpen eyes and brighten and smooth facial features, or push the light farther away to create a subtle, refined look. A new High-Key Mono effect creates a beautiful, monochromatic look for Portrait mode photos.
 
With, iOS13, Apple is bringing a new, more private way to simply and quickly sign into apps and websites. Now, customers can now simply use their Apple ID to authenticate and the company will protect users’ privacy by providing developers with a unique random ID. Even if developers choose to ask for a name and email address, you will have the option to keep your email address private and share a unique random email address instead.
 
The company also makes it easy for you to authenticate with Face ID or Touch ID, when Signing In, and has two-factor authentication built in for an added layer of security. The company does not use Sign In with Apple to profile users or their activity in apps.
 
Apple is also introducing a new Maps experience with broader road coverage, better pedestrian data, and more precise addresses. For now, the new map is available in select cities and states, and will roll out across all countries in 2020, said the company.