The Dark mode shines in the latest update of iOS 13. Apple on Wednesday, released statistics about iOS 13. After a few weeks of its launch, users seem to upgrade their phone with the new update.
Apple stated that around 50% of all its devices run with the latest iOS 13. 26 days after its launch, iOS 13 gained 50% which is almost similar to the records of iOS 12.( iOS 12 reached 50% in 23 days).
Cravings of the users to have something new is well fed by Apple for the past years. According to the latest statics in the company’s website for third party developers, iPhones purchased in the last four years runs on iOS 13, which increases the percentage from 50 to 55.
Apple inc first announced the launch of iOS 13 in world developers conference on June 3, 2019. Later, iOS 13 was released on September 19, 2019.
With the new update, the users complained about various issues including random crash while opening apps, drop out in signal reception, slow camera app and flipping in texts and few more problems.
With the release of iOS 13.1, issues with Mail, faulty app icons, Siri not working with CarPlay and sign-in failures were fixed. Also, there were updates in Airdrop and camera app. Users have also reported issues like missing reminders and lists to broad syncing issues with notes and contacts. These were solved by upgrading to the latest version of iOS 13.1.2.
Despite all the complaints about the bugs, users relatively fell in love with the dark mode of iOS 13. As the dark mode is the latest trend, Apple seems to follow the trend. ( last week Instagram introduced dark mode).
The other salient features of iOS 13 include compatibility, advanced photo editing tools, swipe keypad and find my app, and find my friends, voice development of Siri, better battery life.
Users can change up photos in 15 different ways, tweaking highlights, contrast and shadows. iOS 13 platform is smarter at charging and curtail the power input at the right time, so the overall life of the battery will be extended.
Similar to G board now iOS users can use the swipe keypad. Also, Face id is improvised in iOS 13 update. iOS 13 is almost compatible for all iPhones except iPhone 5S and iPhone 6.
It also stated that 33% of old iPad users and 41% of the new iPad users use iOS 13. Apple checks the number of users through the usage of the App store.
So far, Apple released iOS 13 on September 19. Then, with new updates: iOS 13.1 was released on September 24, followed by iOS 13.1.1 on the September 27, and 13.1.2 on the 30th of the same month.
It seems like they are constantly working in the process of fixing the bug. Apple released iOS 13.1.3 on October 15, 2019, with further bug fixes and performance improvements. The update, alongside iOS 13.1.3, is rolled out to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users.
The process to update to a later version of iOS is simple: head to Settings > General > Software Update.