iOS 13 software got revealed by analytics tool.
The last couple of months have been repellent for Apple since the company issued a rare earnings warning, stating that its holiday-quarter performance failed to meet the guidelines, the company released last October.
While we are looking forward to the new sets of iPhone for later in 2019, we are more likely to see a new operating system running on our Apple devices. iOS 13, the future of Apple’s operating system is quietly in works.
It’s only been few months since iOS 12 was first instigated to the Apple devices around the world, but now some users running next-gen iOS 13 have already been spotted online.
How do we know that iOS 13 exists?
Well, if you own a website, you can track which operating system and devices are visiting your website, through the analytics software.
Both news outlets, MacRumors and 9to5Mac reported that a number of users are accessing their websites using ‘Operating System Version 13.0,’ as spotted on their web analytics tool.
Seth Weintraub, a publisher of 9to5Mac, tweeted about the incident when he first noticed the iOS 13 related activity in March, seven months before iOS 12 was even released.
Apple’s iOS 12 software update last year was up to the mark but proved to be quite tedious for many. According to multiple reports, Apple even obstructed many of the exciting features and scheduled them for 2019 in order to optimize iOS 12 better.
This decision made iPhones and iPads feel brand new again, boosting up its performance and improving battery life in the process but eliminated many of the exciting new features.
The rumoured iOS 13 features are expected to benefit the iPad more than the iPhone. Apple will reportedly revamp the files app to help users retain high productivity from their devices. We may also witness in-app tabs which allow users to open multiple windows on the same app, along with the feature of using the same in Split View mode.
The operating system might also feature a refurbished Home screen app grid, with new photo management tools.
We are expected to get the first peek into the operating system at WWDC, sometime in June. More features of iOS 13 are expected to be disclosed by next week.
Stay tuned at MobileAppDaily to get the latest updates and keep your fingers crossed for the best features.