Apple added Auto-Play to the Photos app on iOS 13 and later. This means Videos and Live Photos start moving in the Photos tab automatically. When opening a video, it begins to play without having to tap a play button. Some iPhone owners prefer pressing on a Live Photo to see it move, or playing a video from the beginning with a tap.
Apple redesigned the Photos app in iOS 13 and iPadOS. If you've updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you may notice that the Camera Roll is missing.
All of your photos are still accessible as they were captured or saved. There are two ways to find the new version of the Camera Roll:
If you want to change the aspect ratio of a photo taken by your iPhone or iPad you can easily do so through the Photos app. Select the photo you want to change and tap Edit in the top right corner.
It used to be that if you wanted to do any video editing aside from trimming, you'd have to pull your video into iMovie or a third-party video editing app. With iOS 13 that is no longer the case - the updated operating system makes just about all the photo editing tools available for videos as well. Now you can adjust the contrast, brightness, saturation and more, add filters, crop, rotate, straighten and mute audio all from the Photos app.
Apple has updated iPhone's photo editing interface in iOS 13, making it more intuitive and adding a few new features and tools as well. You can now fine tune filter intensity, flip photos, and adjust their perspective along the x and y axes. Flipping a photo simply gives you a mirror image while adjusting the perspective along the horizontal and vertical planes basically lets you adjust the viewing angle, similar to Instagram's perspective correction tools. Here's how to do both on iPhone: