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Some Apple devices running iOS 13 discovered inside analytics

04 January 2019 3

Apple seems to have started working on the new iteration of its iPhones’ software which is going to be the iOS 13. We are still quite a few milestones away from Apple’s one of the biggest events but we’ve started getting clues on the things that may get announced at an event. It’s about the iOS 13 that has been found running already on the devices.

MacRumors has tracked from its site’s visit data that many of Apple’s devices running the iOS 13 are paying their visits. The first spot of these devices was traced in October, and according to the site, in November and December, visits from iPhones with iOS 13 installed have increased. Visits slowed during late December but are expected to pick up their pace as the holiday season has gone.

Needless to say, manufacturers start working on new iterations of their smartphones’ software early as it has to undergo several internal tests as well before going into the hands of the public testers. So, it’s fair to believe that the work on the iOS 13 has already been started, though we are unknown to its features.

According to MacRumors, rumors have to say that iOS 13 will bring new features aimed at iPad users, these could include the Files app, in-app tabs for opening multiple windows of the same app, support for using the same app side-by-side in Split View multitasking mode. Also, some of the features that weren’t introduced in iOS 12 may make their way to the iOS 13. More details on the same will come in coming weeks via leaks, so stay tuned.



Some Apple devices running iOS 13 traced at analytics
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