10 New iPhone Features In iOS 13 To Try Out Right Away

Whether you just got a new iPhone 11, or you updated your old iPhone to iOS 13, you should take a look at these 10 new features. Several are settings you should turn on, such as low data mode for cellular, silence unknown callers and one that removes old Safari tabs automatically. You can also use video filters, swipe typing, new text gestures, Dark Mode and more.

Comments: 8 Responses to “10 New iPhone Features In iOS 13 To Try Out Right Away”

    5 years ago

    *sigh* I’m very disappointed that Apple doesn’t support the iPhone 6 anymore. I can’t upgrade to iOS 13.

    And I wish Apple would put the setting section in alphabetical order.

    5 years ago

    Hi Karl!
    I was in the same situation with iPhone 6 but I purchased a new 6s which was a step forward. There is a lot of new features and 6s is much quicker (+ 3,5mm jack). I recommend to you do the same thing before 6s is gone from the market. Sure I still have a iPhone 6.

    Delmar Knudson
    5 years ago

    Downloaded 13.1 last night, set the alarm. This morning it shows that the right time was set; but there was no alarm sound.

    Russell Winkler
    5 years ago

    Hi Gary! Thanks for all that you do. I have an iPhone 6S/Plus and updated to 13.0 a few days ago, and today to 13.1. Handoff and Continuity aren’t working . All my settings are correct, as I was just using it last week. Is it because I have a older phone?

    5 years ago

    Russell: They should still work. But you may have to reboot, or perhaps wait until your Mac goes to Catalina after that comes out so the operating system match. If it still doesn't work, you may need to get help from Apple.

    Carl Geis
    5 years ago

    Hi Gary, My iPhone 8 does not allow me to turn on the Share Name and Photo feature. Instead, I get the message,
    "Sharing Name and Photo is not available because iCloud and iMessage accounts are different or are not signed in." What am I missing?

    5 years ago

    Carl: Which which account you are using for Messages and iCloud in Settings. Are they they same and signed in?

    Karen Brown
    5 years ago

    I'm a little late in watching this video, but...You don't need to add Dark Mode to your Control Center. you simply tap lightly and hold the Brightness button, you will see that the switches for Dark Mode, Night Shift, and True Tone are there.

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