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Mobile App Development- Leverage the Finest Features of iOS 13


In the world of today, mobile dependence is on the rising with no signs of slowing down in the near future. In the year 2019, mobile app revenue worldwide was USD 462 billion. Every day starting from booking a cab for the workplace, to order food online can be done via an application online. So, this trend of mobile apps is taking a center stage in our routine life.

Considering the App Store, every day, new applications are getting launched without leaving any industry being untouched, as there is an app for almost every sort of purpose. Last month, with the release of iOS 13, Apple dropped a bunch of amazing features for iOS developers.

This post will provide you the glimpses of those features in context with your iOS app development.

Let’s start below:

AUGMENTED REALITY: Whenever you hire dedicated iOS developers to build AR-powered apps, there remains a need for integrating different motions of individuals that are supported by the back end. With iOS 13, you would get support from motion capture that offers the developers a seamless integration process.

Additively, you would realize that the AR content appears more naturally in both fronts of or back of individuals while making the experiences quite immersive.

SIRI: The latest release of iOS version, i.e., iOS 13, would leverage the power of more intelligent Siri with a SiriKit for audio, radio, and new English voice. With its adoption, you would get more personalized suggestions in Safari, Apple Podcasts, and Safari.

Reminders detection from messages, playing music, radio, and audiobooks with 3rd party apps. You can add Siri shortcuts to automation in iOS 13.

PERFORMANCE: In iOS 13, you can launch your mobile app up to 2 times faster than the previous versions. Also, it incorporates a way to make smaller app downloads account for up to 50 percent smaller.

Additionally, you will get app updates on an average of 60 percent smaller.

ACCESSIBILITY: With Siri's speech recognition engine, voice control in iOS 13 would offer you the latest advances in ML (machine learning) for audio-to-text transcriptions. This whole voice control can be customized with your voice instead of bots while making the UX more personalized.

Here, you do not need to worry about your data as the whole audio processing would be carried out on your devices, keeping data private. To navigate the app, you can completely depend upon your voice. And, all-inclusive navigation is provided by those personalized navigation commands, voice gestures, recorded commands, names of accessibility numbers, and labels.

You can utilize these navigation commands to unlock an app, tap the home button, search on the web, and so forth.

HOMEKIT: Two major classifications are HomeKit-enabled routers and HomeKit Secure Video. The latter one helps in support addition for detection and recording of specific activities such as animals, people, or vehicles. All the recordings would be safely stored in iCloud.

Whereas, the routers bring an additional layer of security. You can also control the access to communication between your network and the internet.

MAP: The brand-new map features with iOS 13 bring out significantly improved and realistic details for geographical elements like beaches, roads, buildings, parks, and so forth. Get immersive 3-dimensional experience, 360-degree view of a place, smooth & seamless transitions while you navigate.

Real-time transit, customer feedback experience, junction view, improved carPlay experience, and MapKit are amongst the major attractions of enhanced Map feature in iOS 13.

In Conclusion

iOS 13 is available for all mobile devices above the iPhone 6. The download size is more than 2 GB, so you might need to make space for updating successfully.
All the features mentioned in this post make it a great choice to adopt iOS 13 prowess and focus on making our app development while harnessing this excellent technology.
randipdhiman 1 november 2019, 9:25
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