A Quick iOS 13 Guide: What to Do Immediately After You Upgrade

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All iPhone owners have been looking forward to the unleashing of iOS 13. Yes, the upgrade has rolled out today and the reason it is great news is that you are in for some awesome software capability surprises. So, what next?

First things first, to update to iOS 13, Go to App Store and tap your Apple ID Profile picture. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen where there are pending updates. Tap on “Update All” and most of the apps will automatically update for better compatibility with iOS 13.

Once you do that, enable the dark mode. The minute you restart your phone after updating, you will get the notification to switch the mode.

This is a cool feature that you should definitely check out. You can also set the modes to switch to light during the day and dark at night,

You would also like to create your iMessage profile which is an image and name that your contacts will see when you text them. While you can use a photo, why not create one with either an animoji or a memoji.

The next update you have to check out is the Apple maps. With its new detailed mapping data, better design and feature updates, you would probably ditch Google Maps altogether.

Better yet, you can silence unknown calls with iOS 13. Go to settings, tap on the phone and enable the “Silence Unknown Callers.”
Now you can stay away from annoying spam calls but you may consider switching it off in case you are expecting a call from say, an interviewer. You don’t want to miss that job.

Source: https://www.macworld.com/article/3439739/ios-13-the-first-things-to-do-after-you-upgrade.html

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