Showing posts with label iOS 13 Release. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iOS 13 Release. Show all posts
Wednesday, July 31, 2019

iOS 13 Release Date, Rumors and Updates

iOS 13 release date is most popular question in Apple community. Here you can find all information about it. The new iOS 13 release date has 3 different destinations.
Monday, June 3, 2019

Here is iOS 13 Beta Timeline

Here you can find iOS 13 Beta Timeline. Each year, Apple brings together developers to show all their new developments for the current year. We know that at such WWDC 2019 conferences, Apple shows its new iOS 13.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019

No Privacy in iOS 13.

No Privacy in iOS 13. As we said earlier, the new iOS 13 will have new features that should make our lives more convenient. But for the convenience you have to pay. What is the most expensive in our lives?

iOS 13 Video - New Design and New Features


It's a brand new iOS 13. iOS 12 was released last month, and insiders have already shared their first details about iOS 13. Recall, it became known earlier that this year Apple decided to focus on optimizing the system, and the release of major changes was postponed until next year.
Monday, March 18, 2019

How does Dark Mode work on IOS 13


Apple's iOS 13 coming soon... 3-th June, 2019. There are a lot of rumors that in iOS 13 will appear a full dark mode, which will please many users. Now on social networks there are concept photos of the iPhone 11 or iPhone XI with a dark mode. Images are based on rumors and fusion of information, so that they may not correspond to reality.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Jailbreak iOS 13 is only one way to privacy.


Jailbreak iOS 13 is only one way to privacy. It is already known that Apple will install new functions in its new iOS 13. Amazing iOS 13 will be have amazing features, but we want more - jailbreak iOS 13. Why?
Saturday, December 8, 2018

iOS 13 Apps will be work on next generation Mac OS 10.15

iOS 13 release date is June, 2018. The next rumor is that iOS 13 Apps will be work on next generation Mac OS 10.15. Tim Cook has denied rumors of a merger of iOS and macOS, but this does not negate the fact that the company is constantly bringing the two systems together.