iOS 13 adds a dark mode to your iPhone, and much more.
You don't have to have one of Apple's new iPhone 11s to get iOS 13. On Thursday, Apple will release iOS 13 for iPhone and iPod Touch owners. The software update brings with it plenty of new features, including a dedicated dark mode, a new swipe keyboard and a revamped Photos app (complete with video editing tools). But before you anxiously begin tapping that update button, there are a few things you should do on your iPhone to ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible.
You don't want to be one of those people posting on Facebook that iOS 13 lost your contacts and you need phone numbers -- there's no reason for that to happen in 2019.
Take a few minutes right now and do some fall cleaning, then create a backup of your iPhone; just in case. Then after you've done all of that, install iOS 13.
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