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Dark mode on iPhone is almost upon us — as well as ton of other new and updated features for Apple devices — but seriously, we’ve been waiting for that eye-saving dark theme for ages. Still, there’s a lot coming for Apple users across all devices, Fromm the updated security features of iOS 13’s Sign In With Apple and a new swipe-friendly keyboard to a revamped tablet experience with iPadOS.⁣ ⁣ 📱📱📱⁣ ⁣ Don’t forget Apple’s desktop experience, either. MacOS Catalina will separate iTunes into three distinct apps, let folks use their iPad as a separate screen for their Mac, and eventually, even let them run iPad apps directly on their laptop using Catalyst. There’s a lot more coming too. Check it out by clicking on the link in our Instagram bio! #ios13 #ios13beta #applebeta #macoscatalina #ipados #ipad #apple

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