iOS 13 vs Android 10: What’s New?

The fact that Smartphones are high priced is because of its powerful software. Without the power packed software, these phones are not more than highly prices pieces of glass, metal and plastic. Well, with constant software upgrade by both the Apple and Google, we have become secured as they claim. iOS 13 will go live on September 19th, 2019 while Android 10 is out with Pixel phone.

Apple claims that its new upgraded software will introduced system wide dark mode feature which will be more secured and easier to use than before. Apple has made bundle of improvements to keep its users safe and secure with the help of this feature in upgraded software. The new version of Apple’s mobile operating system will apply the theme broadly, from wallpaper, widgets and notifications to Calendar and Messages.

On the other side, Android did not stay behind and introduced the same Dark Mode feature to improve its security. Moreover, measures have been taken in improvement of AI enhancement in Android 10. Google allows this on its new mobile Android OS and can easily upgrade in on your Google App store Apps on your phone. It will be friendly for Calendars, YouTube, Gmail and other Apps except for Chrome which lacks a Dark Mode theme. Google is pushing its new OS slowly and not available everywhere yet.

Due to security lapses and control on different Apps, both the Apple and Google have faced major challenges. These tech giants came forward to take measures vigilantly to eliminate or control this threat by introducing System Wide Dark Mode. This has been increasingly in demand. Before Android and iOS too it on, the popularity of Dark Modes for Apps was already growing.

Apple has introduced iOS 13 in all new iPhone 11, 11Pro and 11 Max and if you are using Google’s new pixel phone, Android 10 is your reality.

Nayab Khan

She has a keen eye on tech innovations and loves to write almost about everything. Contact : [email protected]
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