The 7 most disappointing features in iOS 13
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- Apple on Thursday released iOS 13, the newest version of its iPhone operating system, to the public.
- iOS 13 has a ton of improvements and quality-of-life features that make using an iPhone much easier, or more pleasant.
- Unfortunately, not everything is an improvement, and Apple could have certainly done more with some of its changes.
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iOS 13 is finally here. But it's not all sunshine and roses.Apple's latest operating system update for the iPhone brings some major improvements, like a system-wide Dark Mode, a handful of updates to Apple-made applications, a swipe-to-type keyboard, and more.Advertisement
Unfortunately, Apple also made some changes that I personally don't like, and don't understand.
While there's a lot to love about iOS 13, here are the 7 most disappointing features from the new iPhone update.
1. Apple should have done more with Apple Mail, which received a minor update but still lacks basic features that other email apps have.
2. You still can't make text messages "unread."Advertisement
3. The main new feature in Apple Maps — the "Look Around" feature, which rivals Google's Street View — is only in one city that I can find.
4. The Clock app still won't let you change the snooze function: It is set at 9 minutes.Advertisement
5. There's no way to toggle Dark Mode in specific apps — changes can only be made system-wide.
6. You can't delete the new Bedtime alarm in the Clock app.Advertisement
7. I don't like how you make new reminders in the overhauled Reminders app.
There are a bunch of other letdowns in iOS 13.Advertisement
What do you like, or don't like, about iOS 13?
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