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Apple's iOS 13 Will Arrive on September 19

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Cecil Davis | 11 September, 2019, 12:43

The next version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 13, will arrive for iPhone 6s and later on September 19, Apple announced today.

Ahead of the upcoming public releases of iOS 13 on September 19th, Apple has told developers via its developer website that App Store submissions are open.

iDeviceHelp have put together a great video of handy tips that will help you get your existing iPhone ready for the new iOS 13 update.

Tesla driver sleeps while apparently using autopilot on highway
Other Tesla drivers have recorded videos of them pretending to be asleep or "disappearing" as a hoax while using AutoPilot . Teslas have an autopilot function, but the company says drivers are expected to remain alert.

"For the first time, you can share your location to an app just once and then require it to ask you again next time it wants it", Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering, said when the update was announced. Apple released iOS 13.1 Developer Beta 3 after their Special event. "If you do choose to grant an app the ability to continually monitor your location in the background, we'll give you reports so you'll know what they're up to".

The rather blunt blog post by Facebook explains some of the ways users might benefit when allowing Facebook to track their location, including the background when not actively using the Facebook application. It is also being perceived as a clarification on Facebook's part about how it uses user location data.

Facebook's most up-to-date blog article advises users how iOS 13 will alter place sharing on the program. But, to mitigate this issue, Facebook will be going by the setting that users have enabled for its app on Facebook background location settings, instead going by the setting enabled on the device. The home screen has been slightly changed so you can see more apps and pin widgets to it.