One of the most talked about features introduced in iOS 13 is system-wide Dark Mode. The inverted color scheme is no longer relegated to only third-party apps. It has been integrated throughout iOS including most stock apps, settings and system-level views. You can choose when to give your eyes a rest by manually enabling Dark Mode or schedule it like Night Shift to switch over at night. You can also create your own schedule and choose how dark you want your device to become.
For World Emoji Day, Apple teased some of the emoji coming to iOS this fall. Apple proposed last year that the Unicode Consortium "introduce more disability-themed emoji," and they delivered, unveiling a new guide dog, an ear with a hearing aid, wheelchairs, a prosthetic arm and a prosthetic leg. Other categories, like smiley faces, food, animals, and activities, are also receiving updates
iPhone and iPad owners who download and install iOS 13 will notice that the App Store has received a minor tweak. You can now access your Apple account by tapping your icon photo in the top right hand corner of the App Store. From here, you can manage your account, redeem gift cards, get recommendations and update your apps. You can also now delete apps from the Available Updates section.
Just like with the Reminders app, you can drag and drop folders in the Notes app to group them together and form subfolders. You can then organize your notes inside your folders, create checklists, share folders with other iOS users to collaborate, and easily search for images, attached documents and more.
Control Center has always offered the ability to quickly disconnect from WiFi or Bluetooth, but with the release of iOS 13 you can now quickly change WiFi networks. This is useful for a variety of obvious reasons, such as transitioning from your WiFi network at home to outside connections like work. Instead of navigating to the Settings app, you can now switch networks with a swipe and couple of taps. Here's how: