Apple released the seventh beta of iOS 13 for developers today. The new beta includes some bug fixes as well as fine-tuning some applications.
Apple released the seventh beta of iOS 13 for developers today. In the new beta; new bug fixes, fine-tuning features released on previous beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS. Let’s look closely at what’s new in the published version.
1. Dark Mode:
Dark Mode has been changed to the Control Center widget spelling and Dark Mode has become Bright Mode.
2. Delete attachments from messages:
Once again, photos or other attachments in messages can be deleted. After pressing the “i” key, you will be able to open the delete menu by long-pressing on the photo, link or document.
3. Blocked senders in mail:
You can forward mail from blocked people directly to the trash, or leave them in your inbox by marking them as disabled.
4. Silence unknown calls:
The phone application includes a message stating that the phone will continue to ring for incoming calls from your contacts, recent calls, or Siri suggestions.
5. See all photos:
When you look at all the photos on the main Photos tab on iOS 13, network-split photos are displayed instead of thumbnails.
6. Find My app:
In this beta, My Notify When Found çalış is running in the Find My application. There is also the sek Help a friend ”option in the“ Me sek tab. Clicking here opens iCloud.com and your friend can locate the lost device.
7. Do not disturb:
The disturbance settings can be synchronized with the iPhone and Apple Watch.
The folder backgrounds are restored.
How did you find the new features? What other features do you need to come to? You can share your ideas and thoughts with us in the comments section.