Apple pushes iOS 13 Golden Master to developers

iOS 13 privacy protection

Two months after the announcement of the iOS 13 development project at the Global Developers Conference, Apple finally pushed the Golden Master version of iOS 13 to developers during the new product launch. Three weeks ago, the company pushed the eighth Beta test version of iOS 13. But now, iOS 13 has reached the final stage of its official release to the public, including the final software update.

iOS 13 privacy protection

As with earlier betas, registered developers need the Apple Developer Center to download the iOS 13 Beta version. As a major version update, iOS 13 includes many new features, such as a dark mode improvement that covers everything from system to app.

Second, Apple changed the photo app and introduced a new tab to help users organize the entire album. Users can organize selected content by day, month, and year, as well as improved photo editing tools. It is worth mentioning that this is the first time that iPhone users can edit videos directly in the native photo app, as well as crop, rotate, apply filters and adjust the lighting color, which has a stronger adjustment and optimization of the late light of portrait shooting.

iOS 13 introduces a new version of the Find My app, which enables device tracking even without LTE or Wi-Fi connectivity. There’s an improvement to the map app, Street View already supports viewing the surrounding environment and collections, which can be used to create a list of places. There is also a profile option in the message, along with new Memoji and Animoji stickers, supplemented by new voices from the Siri Assistant.

Source: macrumors