Apple's iOS 13 Will Arrive on September 19

Ceria Alfonso
Setiembre 11, 2019

Facebook warns users that new versions of their mobile operations systems, iOS 13 and Android 10, both introduce "updates to how you can view and manage your location".

For iOS 13, users will see an additional option called "allow once", (apart from the existing options: always, only when the app is in use or never) which will allow the app to access your device's precise location information only once. The firm announced it earlier at WWDC this year, and now we've gotten a release date - September 30th.

Phil Schiller, Apple's chief camera enthusiast and also head of marketing, demonstrated the feature with a single teaser picture and explained how it works.

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Facebook recently revealed how the app collects the user location and the background location data on Android and iOS smartphone devices.

The iOS 13 GM Seed is the exact same build that Apple will release to the public. However, Facebook is clearly concerned that users will be alarmed once the location alerts start popping up on their devices following their updating their device to iOS 13.

If you're looking for an idea of what iOS 13 has to offer, take a look at 10 features in iOS 13 worth getting excited about. The latest bit of information comes via MacRumors and they state that Apple will be adding a new coprocessor that's codenamed Rose and R1 to the A13 chipset that will be featured on the upcoming iPhone 11 line-up. There are also some changes to SwiftUI and UIKit.

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