L’eliminacode – iOS 13 Edition

Apple’s new iOS 13 update adds a new privacy measure that requires apps to get your consent in order to use your device’s Bluetooth. After installing the latest version of iOS, trust me when I say you’ll be surprised by the number of apps asking for Bluetooth permission the next time you open them.

But there’s more room for confusion around the Bluetooth prompt.

 Here’s why so many apps are asking to use Bluetooth on iOS 13 – The Verge

Un’ottima spiegazione del perché vi troviate improvvisamente così tante rotture di scatole con le richieste d’uso del Bluetooth, anche da parte dell’app del benzinaio. Da leggere e girare ai parenti perplessi.

Apple in iOS 13 introduced a new Sign in with Apple feature, which is designed to let you create accounts for apps and websites using your Apple ID, so you don’t have to give away your personal information.

Sign in with Apple is an alternative to the existing sign in with Google and Facebook options that apps and websites often offer. Apple’s version protects your privacy and even lets you mask your email address.

Sign in with Apple: What It Is and How It Works – MacRumors

In iOS 13, you can quickly connect to Bluetooth devices, switch Wi-Fi networks, and even control your AirDrop preferences from the Control Center.

Connect to Bluetooth Devices, Wi-Fi Networks, and Control your AirDrop Preferences in iOS 13 – The Sweet Setup

Do you find text editing on mobile a little cumbersome? Then try out the following gestures Apple introduced with iOS 13 and change your mind

Augmented Text Editing On Mobile – Ulysses Blog

At the WWDC keynote, Apple finally revealed the new iOS 13 operating system for the iPhone. It’s choke full of little features and one or two big reveals.

iOS 13 Features: What’s New | 100+ Features

Se avete ricevuto un nuovo iPhone, magari il primo, potrebbero tornarvi utili. Più utili se l’iPhone l’ha ricevuto un parente 😏.

Stay Tuned,
Mr.Frost

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