Apple has launched iOS 13 along with new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. However, along with some bugs, there are some cool features in this iOS 13. First, you get Haptic touch with this update. You get to see link previews, app shortcuts, and much more. You can optimize charging with settings, and you can use the rest only when needed. It saves the battery for a more extended period. Switching the networks and devices is quickly by pressing and holding the Bluetooth and WiFi icons from Control Center, don’t have to open Settings. You can update apps in iOS 13 without having to connect a WiFi network. Earlier there was a 200 MB limit for apps, now folks with an unlimited data plan can do it anywhere.
A new feature has been added that can zip and unzip files from Files app. You can create nested folders and move files that too without iCloud Drive. Swipe Typing is also made available for iOS 13 finally! Another feature – Low Data, makes you set cellular data limit and saving it. In Mail, you get a new feature of Extended Reply Menu. You can Reply, Reply All, Forward, and Print in it.
Along with it, you can find features that allow you to Move to Junk, Mark Unread and enable flagging. Muting and Blocking are also available in this new update. You can mute any specific thread in email. Also, you can block emails from any user and automatically send them to trash. In Messages, the original texts, pictures, and links will appear before you type anything. You can search for anything within individual conversations. Those who have subscribed to news+ can read the news they want in the app called Stocks. Currently, this app is accessible in limited countries, but expect a global roll-out in the future. You can share folders of notes instead of just individual notes with anyone.