THE Apple took advantage of the iPhone 11 event to announce the release of its software updates: the iOS 13 and watchOS 6 (from Apple Watch) will be released on September 19. O iPadOS, dedicated version for the iPad, and the tvOS 13 Apple TV’s arrive on September 30. Meanwhile, the macOS Catalina is for October.
O iOS 13 will be available for supported devices on September 19. And, interestingly, the iOS 13.1 already has a release date: it arrives on September 30th. This update will come with some features that were removed at the last minute because they are not stable enough, including the ability to share your estimated time of arrival via Apple Maps.
The update features a night mode, native keyboard with swipe, voice control, among others. You can install iOS 13 on iPhone 6s or later, iPhone SE or 7th generation iPod Touch. He not it is compatible with iPhone 6, 6 Plus or iPhone 5s.
O watchOS 6 will also be released on September 19: Apple Watch will be able to download apps from the App Store without relying on the iPhone, and will win apps like Apple Books (for listening to audiobooks), Recorder and Calculator
Apple will launch iPadOS and tvOS 13 on September 30
In turn, the iPadOS arrives on September 30th. It brings improvements in iPad multitasking, allowing you to open two instances of the same app side by side; manage files on a flash drive; use new gestures for text editing; and enable experimental mouse support.
On the same day, on September 30, the tvOS 13: the new interface plays previews of the featured content; and Apple TV now accepts Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 controls to play on Apple Arcade.
Finally, we have the macOS 10.15 Catalina: it will be available in October, still without a defined day. The update divides iTunes into three separate applications: Music, Podcasts and Apple TV. It will be possible to use an iPad as a second screen thanks to Sidecar, run apps ported from the tablet, and control your sessions on the computer with Time of Use.
With information: TechCrunch.