Apple's big keynote presentation to kick off WWDC 2019 was packed full of announcements from start to finish. The Music app also gets updated to display album art, your preferred music and suggestions, while the Maps app now comes with junction view for a more detailed view of intersections.
However, perhaps one of the most exciting new additions is the inclusion of a Dark Mode in iOS 13.
The Facebook-owned app has been rumoured to be developing this feature for a while with fans desperately waiting for news on an official release date. Join us as we go hands on with all the new changes and features coming to Apple's automotive interface.
Apple's latest next version of its iPhone software, iOS 13, will speed up your phone, the company has claimed, saying apps will launch up to twice as fast. But reading about them is one thing and seeing them in action is something entirely different.
Starting with the next-generation of the mobile device operating system, Apple Maps will incorporate new mapping data, a Google Street View-like feature, and a ground-up code redesign.
While the new framework features more hash functionality, like support for SHA256, it will not support the secp256k1 curve used by Ethereum and other blockchains.
Apple also added new portrait lighting effects, new Memoji stickers, smarter photo organisation and more advanced video editing to iOS.
For Apple's 2019 WWDC, the company made a decision to add some killer new functionality to CarPlay that makes it even easier to use. Of course, we don't blame you if you'd rather wait for a few more betas to be released so that most of the big wrinkles are ironed out.
iOS 13 also introduces the concept of persistent personal hotspot on the iPhone.