Apple has been hard at work in the recent months, and one of the biggest efforts materialized in the form of the upcoming iOS 13. The next update for the beloved operating system will come with a plethora of new features; one of them will make many Apple fans happy.
Users with gain the ability to enable and disable Wi-Fi without the need to go to the Settings menu every time they wish to turn the function on or off. A small icon will be placed in the Control Center, allowing users to toggle the feature whenever they want.
According to sources which explore the beta version this is the mechanic used by the shortcut:
- The user will open the Control Center
- A long-press on the Wi-Fi icon will show the connection toggles.
- Long-pressing, the icon for a second time, will bring a list of available Wi-Fi networks.
- Tap on the desired network to connect to it. In some cases, you will have to enter a password.
The feature is available right now for the version, but it is not advised to install the beta if you plan to use your device every day.
iOS 13 will come with a built-in Dark Mode option which changes how to interface use and is better for the battery and eyes during the night. Native Apple apps will offer Dark Mode support, and API kits will allow developers to integrate the feature within their apps.
The refreshed Photos app will come with a new feature which highlights some of the most important photos. The editing tools are more powerful and easier to use as you can customize a picture with just a few taps.
A streamlined volume HUD will improve the experience while watching media content and apps of any size can be downloaded over an LTE connection, which is a major plus for users who enjoy unlimited data plans.
More information will surface in the future.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.