If you recently purchased one of Apple's new iPhone 11 models, or any other model for that matter, you really should protect it with a quality case. Even if you don't mind a few scratches and dings, you are going to want to protect your investment's resale/trade-in value, which will come into play the next time you want to upgrade your phone, considering how expensive they are these days.
With macOS Catalina, iTunes file sharing no longer exists, in fact iTunes is gone altogether. Instead, you can share and synch files with your iOS devices directly through Finder. Of course you can still use iCloud Drive and AirDrop for file sharing, and those options are probably what you will use most of the time since they are quicker and easier, but this option exists nonetheless. Here's how to do it on your Mac running macOS Catalina or later:
With its most recent update, Hulu (version 3.6.1) has finally made it possible to download content for offline viewing. Now you'll be able to download your favorite TV shows and movies to watch while you are on a flight, out in the back country or anywhere else with little or no cell service or access to the internet. Here's how to download Hulu content to your iPhone and watch it offline:
Apple has added a font manager to iOS 13 (and iPadOS) that allows you to download and manage fonts from third-party apps. Installed fonts will typically work on apps like Pages, but not in Messages or Notes and a few others, and they may not work on other third-party apps like Google Docs, etc. You also are limited to using fonts found in apps that can be downloaded from the App Store, so you won't just be able to download fonts from websites and install them.
If you want to install new fonts, here's how to do it on iPhone: